The Men’s Gymnasium still stands today, and for the most part still looks the same as it did when it was the home of the Hoosiers.  It still has a basketball floor, although now there are two basketball courts oriented east/west rather than the original north/south direction.

The second floor gym is generally open.  You can go upstairs and imagine the history and energy that occurred there beginning just over 100 years ago — while you appreciate that this where Indiana University basketball first became an elite national institution.