Indiana Museums & Attractions
eclectic collections in the Indianapolis Museum of Art
Lincoln's Boyhood Home
Southern Indiana is known for its rolling hills, endless outdoor recreation, and great family fun, but did you know that it’s also the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln? Because of the area’s mild autumn days and cool evenings, it also produces some of the most striking and vibrant autumn colors, which makes it a great fall destination! Go
Indianapolis Museum of Art
is situated on a 152-acre estate donated by the late Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Lilly. View the sculptsured garden, botanical gardens,
greenhouses, a wildlife refuge and a restaurant that are located
on the grounds along with the main exhibition buildings.
City Center is
where great visits to Indianapolis get started. Visit
the multimedia, theatre-style presentation. You also can
take a tour of downtown -- without leaving the City Center --
thanks to the state-of-the-art interactive model that puts downtown
at your fingertips. www.indianapolis.org.