Good stuff, from some vantage points that not everyone takes the time to find.
Indianapolis has a grand and monumental center.
The World War Memorial was dedicated in 1928 to the memory of those who fought in The War to End All Wars (WWI). A lot of people photograph it but few take the time to go inside, and they should. It's an unaltered and elegant Art Deco temple. The central portion is one vast memorial shrine that reaches from about one storey above the podium, all the way to the top of the structure. After many years of visits, I still find it awe-inspiring. It's accessed by a pair of narrow stairways from off the entrance-level hall. Photography is permitted inside the building.
The observation deck at the top of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (the tower at the center of the Circle) is undergoing renovation now, but when it's open a tiny elevator takes you almost to the top and then a narrow, winding stairway takes you the rest of the way. There are some neat views of downtown from there.