The 89th Indianapolis Home Show opens tomorrow with more than 900 exhibitors in both the West Pavilion and the Exposition Hall of the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Centerpiece is a fully- constructed, decorated and landscaped home built entirely inside the Expo Hall. Built by Fischer Homes, is uses the Keller floor plan with an Arts & Crafts exterior, a light-filled solarium with a 13-foot ceiling and 3,467 square feet of living space.
Tickets are $13 for adults. Parking at the fairgrounds is free 31 January 31 through 3 February (parking at other times is $3 per vehicle).
The Indianapolis Home Show is the nation’s oldest and the Midwest’s largest home-focused extravaganza. It runs through 6 February.