Newfields Indianapolis Museum of Art

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As the Indianapolis Museum of Art has grown to become an internationally renowned museum, we now turn our attention toward increasing our emphasis on combining art with nature.

This combination of art and nature was always part of the original vision—and now we see a vision for the next fifty years.

The galleries are surrounded by gardens, water features, over a hundred acres of woodland filled with surprise and beauty. The campus itself is ideal for performances, afternoon walks, kite-flying, cloud-gazing, memory-making, new-idea-having. There’s a mansion to stage unforgettable events, restaurants for relaxing, bars for microbrews and friendships.

Newfields is a setting where it’s easy to make connections of all sorts. Like no place else in Indianapolis.

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Make your home just north of Downtown in one of the most vibrant areas of Indianapolis. Midtown encompasses several historic neighborhoods, including Meridian-Kessler, Broad Ripple, Butler-Tarkington, and others, each with its own distinct character and charm. The area is known for its tree-lined streets and diverse architectural styles, interspersed with eclectic boutiques, cozy cafes, and beloved local eateries. Bustling cultural hubs like the Newfields Indianapolis Museum of Art and Butler University offer enriching experiences, while the Monon Trail provides a scenic route for outdoor recreation enthusiasts.

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