Built in 1962, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame is a sports museum and hall of fame in New Castle, Indiana. It honors men and women associated with high school, college and professional basketball in Indiana. It covers Indiana basketball history from the 1890s to the present day. It contains interactive exhibits, a library where one can research Indiana's high school basketball history, an enshrinement hall where all of the inductees are honored, and numerous memorabilia including trophies, jerseys, and photographs. There are special sections for the most notable Indiana players, such as Larry Byrd and Oscar Robertson. There is a courtyard on the grounds outside the building that has six thousand bricks engraved with team names, players, coaches, and others associated with basketball in the state.