Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA)

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4000 Michigan Rd (bt W 38th & 42nd Sts)
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 923-1331
Art Museum, Entertainment, Movie Theater
Tue–Wed, Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–5:00 PM Thu: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: Noon–5:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The Museum first opened to the public in 1906 under the John Herron Art Institute & was later moved here to its permanent residence in1910 where more than 5000 residents came out for the opening night
  • Free admission, beautiful grounds and all kinds of art. Kids and adults will enjoy more than 50,000 pieces of art and some of their traveling exhibits.
  • The grounds are beautiful, great place for a picnic! LOTS of photographers and families/students/couples taking advantage of the photo ops, too.
  • The IMA is open until 9 pm tonight! Stop over for a visit!
  • A truly incredible museum. Very impressive. Free entry and parking further out. Currently have the Ai Weiwei exhibit.
  • Park at the Lilly House for free and enjoy the beautiful walk to the main museum.
  • Week days are the best time to visit because there's hardly anyone here.
  • It's Thursday! That means we are open until 9 tonight. Stop over for a bit of art!
  • Visit the Deer Zink Pavilion
  • I saw so many very good museums so far and this museum is literally fantastic one. There are a lot of exhibits and marvelous art works there.
  • Had a patron ask me if the van Gogh was real... Yes, yes it is.
  • The outdoor summer film series is AWESOME.
  • Great inexpensive date spot. It's FREE! If you run out of things to talk about by the end of the date...
  • Always outstanding! Also, Nourish Cafe is wonderful. I had the blackbean sandwich and it was DELICIOUS!!!!
  • A great trip that I am planning on doing again with company. I'd love to discuss some paintings there.
  • Don't try sneaking in wine bc they check ur bags now. But the alcohol inside is fairly priced.
  • One of my favorite museums in the city. I love the Lilly estate, contemporary collection and Happy Hours!
  • The TAP iPod tour for special exhibitions is totally worth it.
  • Check out the Hieronymus Bosch painting in the European Art section.
  • $18 admission. Support public funding for the arts!