Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art
Immerse yourself in the amazing and diverse stories of the art, history and cultures of Native American and the American West. The Eiteljorg Museum is the only museum of its kind in the Midwest and contains some of the most renowned collections of Native American and Western art and objects in the world, featuring can’t-miss exhibits and dynamic programming for all ages. The Eiteljorg also has beautiful outdoor gardens just off the Central Canal in White River State Park.
Upcoming Events at the Eiteljorg Museum
Experience a captivating and influential view of America during the Great Depression, WWII era and beyond, through the lens of legendary documentary photographer Dorothea Lange. Her iconic work continues to resonate today.
This state-of-the art, reimagined Native American gallery provides an engaging and contextual experience around the themes of relation, continuation and innovation.
Tips for Visiting
Tickets to visit the museum can be purchased online. Children 5-17 years of age enter for $8. Adults 18-64 years old enter for $15. Seniors 65 years and older enter for $12. Combine and save on Indy’s top attractions with a 1-day or 3-day Indy Attraction Pass. Free, accessible parking is located on the first floor of the garage, with curb cuts and Segway usage allowed. Service animals are welcome, and there is a quiet sensory room and another for nursing mothers. Learn more on our Accessible Indy guide. Wi-Fi is free throughout the museum, including the Museum Café.