The Lyceum Pavilion is a proposed 3,500 seat arena and mixed use facility to be located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The arena was proposed as a home for the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League. The team went on leave due to the arrival of the Indy Fuel of the ECHL for the 2014-15 ECHL season. The Fuel moved into the Indiana Farmers Coliseum which had just been renovated. The arena was planned for a location at I-465 and Michigan Road on the northwest side of Indianapolis.
The plans for the building were first announced in September of 2014. The USHL approved the team's move into the new facility when it opens. The facility is also planned to have two more full-time ice rinks, basketball and volleyball courts, locker rooms, classrooms, and office space for non-profits. The price tag for the project was reported to be about $25 million (US) when it was first announced. No visible progress has apparently been made as of early 2017 on this facility.
In March of 2017 the ownership of the Indy Fuel announced plans to build a $20 million facility in Greenwood, Indiana to be known as the Greenwood Iceplex with 2 permanent rinks and 2 additional outdoor fields that could be converted to rinks for the winter season. The facility already has an aquatics center and the city has invested more than $30 million in other improvements in the area. No mention was made of the Indiana Ice possibly being part of the plans or how this project may affect the plans for the Lyceum Pavilion.