First opened in 1886, the Indianapolis City Market is on the National Register of Historic Places and offers tours of the Romanesque underground catacombs. With over 30 local artisan booths, the Indianapolis City Market is a popular destination for eateries, fresh produce and retailers.
The Original Farmers’ Market is held every Wednesday, May through October, on Market Street in front of City Market and is one of central Indiana’s longest-running and largest farmers’ markets.
The Indianapolis City Market and Indiana Landmarks offer guided descents into the City Market catacombs, a long-hidden ruin beneath City Market’s Whistler Plaza. Go here for more info.