Our State Museum has a broad array of exhibits, ranging from fossils to pop culture, plus an IMAX theatre. This beautiful museum is located right along the canal in downtown Indy.
The Indiana Historical Society is one of the United States' oldest and largest historical societies and describes itself as "Indiana's Storyteller". If you are looking to find out more about Indy, this is the place to go!
The Eiteljorg collects and preserves high-quality Western art and Native American art and cultural objects. This Museum is also located along the canal and has a small cafe located inside.
The country’s only late-Victorian preservation is a National Historic Landmark which offers visitors a glimpse into the life of the great Hoosier Poet. Authentic furnishings and artifacts include Mr. Riley’s writing desk and his famous top hat and cane.
The Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument is a 284 ft 6 in neoclassical monument built on Monument Circle, a circular, brick-paved street that intersects Meridian and Market streets in the center of downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
Exhibits & tours on the grounds of the 23rd U.S. president's home, plus lectures, galas & more.
The Indiana Medical History Museum is an Indianapolis monument to the beginning of psychiatric medical research. It is located on the grounds of what was formerly Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane, later shortened to Central State Hospital.
The NCAA Hall of Champions is a museum, exhibition center, and conference center that is located adjacent to the national office of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
With 1.3 million visitors annually, 12 permanent galleries and nearly 1 million square feet, it's the world's largest, period. Check out the interactive Dinosphere and enjoy a ride on the fully-restored antique carousel.