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The Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis

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The Eiteljorg Museum holds one of the country's finest collections of Native American art and artifacts, and it also presents a robust assemblage paintings and sculptures by artists from the American West. Make your way through exhibits of Native American relics, such as weapons, clothes, Hopi Katsina jewelry, and Inuit sculptures. Check out works by famous Taos Society artists, such as Georgia O'Keeffe and Randall Davey. The museum offers temporary exhibits in addition to its permanent collections, and numerous festivals and events also take place here throughout the year. A visit to The Eiteljorg Museum represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Indianapolis trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • The permanent collection of the museum is fine!. The current special exhibit Jingle rails is amazing. Points of interest in Indy and beyond are reproduced in miniature with plant materials. Such.....  more
    The permanent collection of the museum is fine!. The current special exhibit Jingle rails is amazing. Points of interest in Indy and beyond are reproduced in miniature with plant materials. Such.....  more »
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  • I wasn't sure this would be appropriate for my 13-month-old, but I'm glad we tried. The entire lower level is designed for kids, highly interactive. And I love that there's a "Quiet Room" where we could limit the stimulation, drink a bottle on a rocking chair, and change diapers. We'll be back, for sure!
  • We came for the holiday themed trains and were really impressed! They put a ton of detail in to each set, and it's great to see how they've recreated so many pieces of iconic American landscapes. Our kids really liked walking around and exploring the different scenes. Speaking of kids, the downstairs kids area of the museum is great for little ones. They have lots of hands-on toys that are perfect for younger kids. They would have spent hours down there! Also, parking is free if you park in the main underground garage and get your ticket validated in the museum.

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