Garfield Park is a family-friendly neighborhood located south of Fountain Square with easy access to the Pleasant Run Trail, the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, and multiple interstates. The neighborhood is anchored by Garfield Park, Indianapolis’ oldest park, which is a tremendous asset to the area, boasting beautiful European sunken gardens and conservatory, the Garfield Park Arts Center, the Burrello Family and Aquatic Center, the MacAllister Center for the Performing Arts, the historic Pagoda, large, wooded tracts, and various recreational amenities. The neighborhood is populated by a mix of long-time residents and young families and is home to a plethora of local businesses.
Find the Vibe
CLASSIC. OUTDOORSY. With the oldest park in the city being at the center of this Indy neighborhood, much of the activity in the Garfield Park Neighborhood is community-focused and celebratory of the outdoors.
- The Garfield Park Conservatory grows hundreds of species of tropical foliage and is open year-round.
- The Sunken Gardens offers a picturesque glance into this historic, popular meeting place.
- Frequented by Indy Locals Ed & Tom Battista, Beth Clary Schweir, and Cole Farrell, and Aric Furfaro
- Garfield Park Gardens & Conservatory
- McCallister Center for the Performing Arts
- Big Car Collaborative
How to Get There
- Driving: Approximately 10 minutes via car from downtown Indy via Madison Avenue
- IndyGo Bus Route 16: From downtown Indy to Irvington is a 30-minute bus ride via Washington Street.