Monument with keynotes
Above is the Circle with keynotes of specific details on the Monument Itself. The photos below illustrate these details.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument Water Pools
THE WATER POOLS (A)
There are water pools on the west and east quadrants of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument Grand Stairs
THE GRAND STAIRS (B)
There are grand stairs on the north and south part of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument Historical Figures
HISTORICAL FIGURES (C)
There are four historical figures that face northwest, northeast, southeast and southwest. They rest on a limestone base and are cast in bronze.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument
Soldiers and Sailors Monument
THE MONUMENT (D)
The center of the Monument is a large vertical piece made of limestone, and covered with multiple bronze sculptural pieces. An observation deck near the top affords a view of the city, and is accessible to the public via an elevator. “Victory”, a sculpture made in bronze, sits atop the monument and faces south.
The Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum is housed in the lower level of the Monument and offers an indoor experience for visitors.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument lights Soldiers and Sailors Monument lights Soldiers and Sailors Monument lights
TWO LIGHT TYPES (E)
There are four lower level lights and four upper level lights: all are cast in bronze. They feature two different designs, and are all heavily decorated.