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Newfields- A Place for Nature and the Arts
Newfields, as the Indianapolis Museum of Art has grown to become an internationally renowned museum that focuses on combining art with nature. Offers educational gallery tours that incorporate Visual Thinking Strategies and hands-on art making.
IndianapolisVIRTUALTEL - 317-923-1331 Read More
Academy of Hoosier Heritage
Housed within the historic First Mooresville High School Building, the Academy of Hoosier Heritage exhibits the local history of Mooresville and Morgan County.
MooresvilleTEL - 317-474-8866
Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
Programs at the AAM accredited Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site detail the history of the Harrison family, including a home tour. Explore the site’s virtual learning resources.
IndianapolisVIRTUALTEL - 317-631-1888
Carmel Clay Historical Society
The Carmel Clay Historical Society hosts hands-on, Carmel history field trips at the Monon Depot Museum. Learn about local history with virtual presentations and videos.
Central RegionVIRTUALTEL - 317-846-7117
A Smithsonian affiliate and AAM accredited, Conner Prairie is one of the most visited outdoor museums in the country. Experience nature, colonial times, and more.
FishersTEL - 317-776-6000
Explore amazing stories and diverse perspectives at the AAM accredited Eiteljorg Museum—presenting art and heritage of the American West and indigenous peoples of North America.
IndianapolisTEL - 317-636-9378
Great American Songbook Foundation
The Great American Songbook Foundation introduces a canon of the most important American popular songs and jazz standards to the next generation of young musicians.
Operated by the Shelby County Historical Society, the Grover Museum features a life-size exhibit representing an early, 20th-century village in Shelby County.
ShelbyvilleTEL - 317-392-4634
Indiana Historical Society (IHS)
A Smithsonian Affiliate, the IHS brings history to life from its headquarters at the Glick Indiana History Center. Dig into Indiana history with the society’s virtual resources.
IndianapolisVIRTUALTEL - 317-232-1882
Indiana Landmarks offers walking tours of the cities’ landmarks and historic districts. Explore the beautiful Capitol and Monument Circle, the Athenaeum, City Market Catacombs, and more.
IndianapolisTEL - 317-639-4534
Indiana Medical History Museum
Explore the beginnings of scientific psychiatry and modern medicine in at the Indiana Medical History Museum. Included is a 2-hour Museum visit that will allow students to step back in time and see how scientists studied, diagnoses, and treated syphilis a century ago.
IndianapolisTEL - 317-635-7329
Indiana State Museum
Discover natural and cultural history—from geological specimens to the 16th president—live theater and more at the AAM accredited Indiana State Museum. Explore its virtual resources.
IndianapolisVIRTUALTEL - 317-232-1637