Indianapolis Art Museums

The following list contains the prestigious art museums and galleries located in the Indy area and are short drive from many popular Indianapolis attractions making these art museums easily accessible on any occasion.

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The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art contains Native American and Western art exhibits and is one of two museums in the Midwest that contains both Native American and Western art.


herron school of art thumbHerron School of Art Galleries

The Herron School of Art has 3 galleries showcasing art exhibits by Herron students, faculty and visiting guest artists from around the globe. This is a great museum and is definitely worth an afternoon of your time.


indianapolis-art-center thumbIndianapolis Art Center

The Indianapolis Art Center showcases various exhibits, indoors and outdoors on the gorgeous Art Center grounds, including works from artist all over the world and offers a variety of classes ranging from painting to glass blowing.


indianapolis-museum-of-art thumb Indianapolis Museum of Art

The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is nestled among the beautiful museum gardens and grounds near downtown Indianapolis and showcases over 50,000 works of art from various time periods in history.


indiana-state-museum thumbIndiana State Museum

The Indiana State Museum – Situated in beautiful White River State Park, the Indiana State Museum offers a glimpse into the diverse history and art of Indiana and its inhabitants.


National Art Museum of Sport at IUPUI

The National Art Museum of Sport at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – The art exhibits at NAMOS are focused solely on various sporting events, capturing the raw emotion that encompasses the Indianapolis sports world.


stutz-artists-association-center thumbStutz Artists Association Center

The Stutz Artists Association Center is comprised of a group of talented volunteer artists that work to host events, such as the Stutz Artist Associaion Holiday Show, and to promote their work as well as the work of other local artists