Indianapolis Museum of Art

Bring a little culture to your family when you bring them to the Indianapolis Art Museum. The IMA features an art collection in African, American, Asian, European and contemporary art along with an up & coming collection of design arts.

Indianapolis is blessed with this amazing resource—and it’s all free for exploring! While the art itself is definitely hands off, you can explore the combination of technology and art in the Davis Lab. It may be on level 1, but it’s a great spot to come back to for a bit of a hands on break.

When the kids really need a stretch their legs and touch, step outside to explore the grounds & gardens, and enjoy the 100 Acres Nature Park.

The Mom says: “Don’t underestimate the value of art education. Kids are surprisingly interested in this ‘look but don’t touch’ museum.”

Awesome Advice: Keep the kids involved by requesting an art activity book from the entrance desk when you arrive. Plus, don’t miss the video art—it’s a fascinating genre of contemporary art. Kids love Kate Glmore’s Break of Day.

Admission: FREE | Parking $5 per vehicle
Membership: Family/Grandparent $75 | Family/Grandparent Plus Two $125
Hours: Tuesday/Wednesday 11am-5pm | Thursday/Friday 11am-9pm
Saturday 11am-5pm | Sunday noon-5pm
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day
Grounds are open from dawn to dusk.
http://www.imamuseum.org/ @IMAmuseum Facebook.com/imamuseum
4000 Michigan Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
317-923-1331

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