Museums and Attractions
Benjamin Harrison Presidential
The Benjamin Harrison Home, in the Old Northside Historic District of Indianapolis, Indiana, was the home of the Twenty-third President of the United States. Benjamin Harrison had the house built in the 1870s of red brick, and it had sixteen rooms.
1230 North Delaware Street
The world’s largest children’s museum is a fun place where children of all ages learn to learn.
3000 N Meridian St
Museum dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of American Indian and western art and the many cultures of North America.
500 West Washington Street
Indianapolis IN 46204
Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium
The observatory, one of the largest public observatories in the world, houses a 38-inch Cassegrain reflector.
4600 Sunset Avenue
The ultimate theater experience located at the Indiana State Museum.
650 W. Washington St
Indiana Historical Society
Connecting people to the past, one of the United States' oldest and largest historical societies and describes itself as "Indiana's storyteller".
450 West Ohio Street
Indiana Medical History Museum
The museum represents the beginning of scientific psychiatry and modern medicine while the building itself is the oldest surviving pathology facility in the nation and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum maintains a collection of scientific artifacts from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in a completely authentic setting.
3045 West Vermont Street
Indianapolis Museum of Art
The Indianapolis Museum of Art serves the creative interests of its communities by fostering exploration of art, design, and the natural environment. The IMA promotes these interests through the collection, presentation, interpretation and conservation of its artistic, historic, and environmental assets.
4000 Michigan Road
iMOCA brings contemporary exhibitions and programs to our community to stimulate minds, inspire new discoveries and demonstrate the vital connections between visual culture and life.
340 North Senate Avenue
The Indianapolis Zoo has grown into a world-class facility hosting a million visitors each year and playing a major role in worldwide conservation and research. Located next door to the zoo is the White River Gardens full of beautiful rare plants with rotating special exhibits.
1200 West Washington Street
Indiana State Museum
The Core Galleries and changing exhibits at the Indiana State Museum display a wide variety of artifacts.
650 West Washington Street
James Whitcomb Riley Museum
Home of the Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb Riley, is one of two homes known as the James Whitcomb Riley House on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a historic preserved Italianate-style home.
James Whitcomb Riley Museum
528 Lockerbie Street
The Morris-Butler House Museum
The Morris-Butler House is a Second Empire-style house built in 1864-65 in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is part of Old Northside Historic District of Indianapolis. It is preserved as a museum home by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. The house contains many original features and pieces of furniture in Victorian & Post-Victorian styles.
Morris-Butler House Museum
1204 North Park Avenue
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