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Arts & Museums

»Indiana Medical History Museum

The Indiana Medical History Museum is an interesting place for fans of medical science to trace its development through the ages. It is a non-profit museum that has a huge collection of historical artifacts, including human skeletons, anatomical dissections, laboratory instruments and recreated laboratory environments. There is a doctor's room too, which recreates a doctor's office during World War II. Walk through the gardens amid the medicinal plants. Tours are organized on Wednesdays after prior appointment and between Thursday and Saturday starting at 10 AM.

3045 West Vermont Street
Indianapolis, IN 46222

»Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum

If you are a fan of auto racing, be sure to visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.  For a couple bucks, they will give you a bus ride around the most hallowed racetrack in the world; home of the Indy 500.  The museum itself is stocked with generation after generation of retired Indy cars. Lots of other memorabilia is on display, and the gift shop is full of exciting checkered-flag-emblazoned gear for the whole family.  

4790 West 16th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46222

»NCAA Hall of Champions

Commemorating the athletic achievements of college athletes, the NCAA Hall of Champions features a variety of interactive exhibits, including displays of all 23 NCAA sports, a media room, a retro basketball gym from the 1930s, and much more. By reserving ahead of time, you can organize a guided tour for your children's class, which includes a catered lunch. Rental space for events is also available.

700 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

»Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites

The Indiana State Museum is located along the canal in White River State Park. The museum has three floors of galleries that tell the story of the great state of Indiana. Visitors are inspired to learn more about the state (and its glittering capital city) by exploring its art, science and culture. Some galleries on the top floor are often devoted to much sought-after traveling exhibitions as well. The building itself is a sight to behold, especially after noting that it is constructed exclusively of Hoosier materials: limestone, steel, brick, sandstone and glass. It is truly a work of art. On site is a two-story gift shop and some casual dining options.

650 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

»Herron School of Art & Design

Herron is a great place for art lovers to get a taste of up and coming trends in the art world. A couple of galleries here are open to the public, and they showcase nothing but fresh work by students, faculty and others. Additionally, if you time your visit right, you might find some bargains at periodic art sales.  See website for enrollment info and more.

735 W New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

»The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

The globe trotting and knowledge seeking tourist will not want to miss this splendid museum. One of the few museums that strives to preserve all of the arts of the American West, it houses a large collection of both Western and Native American art. This makes it a great place to learn about indigenous people in the context of American history. The museum arranges events and programs to encourage community in the city. Private parties like weddings and business conferences can also be held within its beautiful environs. For further information on current exhibitions, log on to their website.

500 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

»Indiana Historical Center

The Indiana Historical Center is offering a unique way to explore the history of Indiana. There are the "You Are There" exhibits, where actors play historical figures that you can interact with to learn about a specific period. There's the "Destination Indiana" area, where innovative touch screens let you explore different areas of the state over time. There's even a whole room dedicated to Cole Porter, with an actor belting out some of his classics. With all of these interactive displays, a trip to the Historical Center is like a trip back in time.

450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

»Rhythm! Discovery Center

Make your own music and learn about percussion while exploring the innovative programs, informative exhibits, and performances at this center.

110 West Washington Street, Suite A
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

»Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum

Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum is located in the State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. The monument was designed by architect Bruno Schmitz of Germany. The tower includes an observation deck.

Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204

»Rhythm! Discovery Center

The Rhythm! Discovery Center is one of the world's best percussion museums. A series of exhibits explore the history and evolution of the drum into the modern drum kit we know today. You can eve look at the drum kits played by famous drummers like John Bonham and Neil Peart. There are also interactive displays, where you can make music and rhythms with the drums available. 

110 W Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

»James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home

Formerly the residence of the Hoosier poet of the same name, the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home is a bastion of historic preservation. This museum is filled with the historical artifacts, furniture and belongings of Indiana's most beloved poet. The home itself is a great example of late-Victorian architecture, and takes one back in time to the early days of James's life.

528 Lockerbie Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

»Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

One of the famous landmarks of Indianapolis, the President Benjamin Harrison Home was built in the 1870s and is now a museum dedicated to President Harrison. In order to explore his life, the historic building houses artifacts and books belonging to the Harrison family. The chambers have period furniture, the president's personal items, and political memorabilia. The house is also a venue for city events and exhibitions. Tours of the house are held every half hour.

1230 North Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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