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Broad Ripple Village, also sometimes referred to as just Broad Ripple, is a neighborhood within the city limits of Indianapolis. The neighborhood was established along the south side of the river over 175 years ago and is rich in history. When it was founded in 1837, it was originally its own town named after the ripples formed in a shallow rocky spot of the White River that served as a marker for a safe place to cross the water in early days. Broad Ripple was annexed into the larger city of Indianapolis in 1922 and is now one of the most sought after, trendy places to work, live and play in the city.
“Broad Ripple Bungalows” are some of the most desired homes in Indianapolis. There are many great historical homes here while still offering newer homes as the area is seeing some re-development and some parts are being newly developed. Home prices in Broad Ripple range from $159,500 to $430,000.
Take in the Arts: Broad Ripple Village is home to the Indianapolis Art Center. Visitors enjoy a variety of art exhibits, galleries, an outdoor sculpture garden called Arts Park, and art instruction classes for all age groups. The annual Broad Ripple Fair takes place at the Art Center since 1971. There are also a collection of smaller private galleries in the neighborhood.
Night Life: The Vogue is one of Indy’s most popular night clubs. They bring in large live entertainment acts including Cheap Trick, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Dave Matthews Band and more. You can enjoy dinner and a show in Broad Ripple at the Jazz Kitchen serving up Cajun, Latino-inspired, and Midwest favorites while diners enjoy live music. Crackers Comedy Club is also a favorite located in the Neighborhood.
There are many great places to enjoy the outdoors in Broad Ripple. The Monan Rail Trail and the Central Canal Towpath have access points in the neighborhood. These are loved trails for runners, walkers, skaters, bikers, etc. The trails are accessed at Broad Ripple Park which is 61 acres including a shoreline along the White River and home to a family center with fitness, dance, and sports, nature preserve, outdoor pool, tennis courts, sports fields, dog park, playground, boat access to the river, and picnic areas.
There are two public elementary schools, two public middle schools, and two public high schools, in Broad Ripple Village. There are no private schools within the village but many close by. Public schools in Broad Ripple are well-rated. [ Images by Eric Fischer ]
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