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.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art has a collection of over 50,000 works of art. At the Museum, you will find art from a variety of cultures and periods in art history. The Museum also features national and international traveling exhibitions throughout the year.
Upon completion, the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park will provide an urban oasis with 100 acres of woodlands, wetlands, lake and meadows located adjacent to the Museum. The Park will contain outdoor art works, as well as recreational experiences for visitors including nature walks and interactive outdoor art exhibitions.
Oldfields-Lilly House & Gardens offers visitors a glimpse into the lives of one of Indianapolis’s most interesting and prominent families, the Josiah K Lilly Jr. Family. A visit to the Lilly house will provide you with a deeper understanding of life on a country estate in the early twentieth century.