Beech Grove – Home to historic Beech Grove Cemetary with a Gothic Revival main gate, mausoleums, and grave markers.
Meeks Avenue and Riverside/Normal City – Features many bungalows and Craftsman-style homes.
The Emily Kimbrough District – Grand homes built between 1880 and 1910, during a time of rapid economic prosperity in Muncie.
The Gilbert Neighborhood – Unique view at an early residential neighborhood, containing numerous architectural styles.
The Kirby District – Contains 19th and 20th-century residential architecture.
The Old West End – Residential neighborhood featuring tree-lined streets and gas boom-era homes.
Westwood Neighborhood – Muncie’s only early 20th-century garden suburb, featuring the Tudor Revival, Arts and Crafts, and international and modern styles.
Wysor Heights – Features a variety of architectural styles.