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The world’s most awesome abandoned underground attractions

Love Exploring Logo By Rachel Truman of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 32: Duck beneath the buzzing cafés of City Market in Indianapolis and you'll find an eerily quiet network of catacombs, stretching for 22,000 square feet. The limestone brick arches and pillars were originally the basement of Tomlinson Hall, a vast municipal building that was demolished after a fire in 1958. Now, an organized tour gives you the chance to explore the musty underground warren which is popular with ghost hunters.

City Market Catacombs, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Duck beneath the buzzing cafés of City Market in Indianapolis and you'll find an eerily quiet network of catacombs, stretching for 22,000 square feet. The limestone brick arches and pillars were originally the basement of Tomlinson Hall, a vast municipal building that was demolished after a fire in 1958. Now, an organized tour gives you the chance to explore the musty underground warren which is popular with ghost hunters.

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