PR: Lecture series to explore life and times of Abraham Lincoln
The Indiana State Museum will host the Abraham Lincoln Lecture Series, a four-part discussion detailing the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. The series, scheduled for June 1 through July 30, is a public program of The Lincolns: Five Generations of an Ame
PR: Fearless Furniture exhibition artists selected
The Indiana State Museum is proud to announce the 21 artists who have been selected by a juror to showcase their extraordinary designs this fall in Fearless Furniture, a 30-piece invitational and juried show at the museum. Three additional artists have bee
PR: Indiana State Museum to introduce Farmers Market Café, refresh L.S. Ayres Tea Room
Dining is going to become a new experience at the Indiana State Museum. Visitors have asked for more local food offerings and the chance to host more special events inside the historic L.S. Ayres Tea Room. This spring, they’ll get both.
PR: Star Wars Tickets on Sale!
Imagine a world with humanoid automatons translating languages, landspeeders whizzing down the highway and X-wing starfighters protecting the skies. Could these technologies, limited only to the fantasy worlds of Star Wars actually become a reality? The In
Fred the Mastodon Video!
Fred the 13,000 mastodon is finally put back together and on exhibit.
PR: Star Wars®: Where Science Meets Imagination lands in Marion County
It’s the last weekend in May, and Indianapolis is playing host to the immensely popular, vividly imagined blockbuster exhibition highlighting life in “a galaxy far, far away.”
PR: Summer Sounds Concert Series Heats Things Up
The Indiana State Museum will once again heat things up downtown with its annual Summer Sounds Concert Series on the third Wednesday of May, June, July and August from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The annual series features popular Hoosier artists representing a vari
PR: Indiana State Museum to offer eight Summer Camp experiences
Register now for an exciting and educational summer camp series at the Indiana State Museum that is centered on arts-, science- and culture-themed offerings for children 9 through 12 years of age. The program will feature expert educators who will lead act