Lilly House Tour
Take a docent-guided tour of the American Country Place Era home of the late Indianapolis businessman, philanthropist, and collector J.K. Lilly, Jr. The house has eight historic furnished interiors reflecting the early 1930s, and is the centerpiece of Oldfields, a 26-acre National Historic Landmark estate with landscape and gardens designed by Olmsted Brothers.
Meet at Lower Level of Lilly House
Summer Wonderland: Spectacular Creatures Tour
Learn more about Cracking Art’s spectacular creatures and visit some of Newfields’ own animal residents in this tour that brings art and nature together.
Bes-Ben: The Mad Hatter of Chicago Tour
Explore the mind(s) behind the madness of Chicago’s “Mad Hatter.”
Miller House and Garden Tour
Visit one of the most important mid-century modern residences in the country.
Permanent Collection Tour
Get the most out of your visit to the IMA Galleries with a trained docent as your guide.
Ask Me! Docents
Curious about something you see? Just ask one of our Ask Me! docents.
Collecting Contemporaries: Recent Acquisitions from the Koch and Wolf Collections Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of this exhibition featuring two of the largest gifts of modern and contemporary art in IMA history.
Take a 45-minute guided tram and walking tour of The Garden.
Meet Me at Newfields Tour: Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Tour
Art appreciation and social opportunities help enhance the relationship between persons with a dementia diagnosis and care partners, as well as providing an opportunity to develop new relationships with fellow participants.
Evening Tour of The Garden with Newfields' Director of Horticulture
Stroll The Garden with Newfields’ director of horticulture, Chad Franer, and learn about what’s in bloom.
The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres Tour
Lace up your walking shoes for this guided tour of Fairbanks Park, featuring 100-acres of woodlands, wetlands, and meadows.
Robert Indiana and his Contemporaries Gallery Tour
This month we will be celebrating the legacy of Robert Indiana by including information about his life and connections to the artists featured in our Collecting Contemporaries exhibition.
A Closer Look
Participants are invited to observe, question, and discuss a selected artwork in the galleries with a museum educator.