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  • Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western ArtEiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art Indianapolis, Indiana
    Is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon in Indianapolis, if you enjoy different types of Museums the Eiteljorg Museum showcases Western and Native American art along with several cultural objects.  The Eiteljorg Museum was founded by Harrison Eiteljorg and opened to the public in 1989.  The unique design of the Eiteljorg Museum was inspired by the land, architecture and the people of the American Southwest.  Visitors will enjoy exploring the fantastic exhibits along with the beautiful collection of artwork, in addition to all the exhibits the Eiteljorg Museum features a large permanent collection.  The American Western Gallery exposes visitors to a different artistic vision of the west expressed through drawings, paintings and sculptures.  The founder of the Museum Harrison Eiteljorg had a favorite collection and it was the Taos Society of Artists, and this collection is a core part of the Museum.  The Eiteljorg Museum features an interactive Stagecoach exhibit, here visitors can board a reproduction of the great Concord Stagecoach (manufactured in 1827 by Abbot Downing Co. in Concord, New Hampshire).  Experience a journey from Cheyenne, Wyoming and Deadwood into the Dakota Territory, visitors can even dress up in authentic costumes.  Visitors of all ages will enjoy visiting the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.

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  • Indiana State Museum
    Is located inside the White River State Park.  The Indiana State Museum offers its visitors the opportunity to explore the worlds of art, culture and science close up with several hands-on activities and exhibits throughout the three-level Museum.  The Indiana State Museum offers all of its visitors plenty of fun and adventure as you learn the history of the creation of the Earth and trace the popular Hoosier history into the 21st century.  Even the building itself is an exhibit featuring unique sculptures all representing Indiana's 92 counties built into the exterior of the Museum.  The Indiana State Museum is also home to the IMAX Theater here visitors will be amazed by the larger than life big screen.  The six story screen features a 16,000 watt digital sound system and a brilliant, clear picture that will make you feel like you're in the movies.  You have the option of wearing special glasses for a 3-D movie or you can enjoy a 2-D movie.   A visit to the Indiana State Museum would be a great place to visit, if you have never been to Indianapolis it will provide you with plenty of Hoosier history.

February 15, 2011