Touch & Audio Descriptive Tour
The Touch & Audio Descriptive Tour is an accessible tour program for people who are blind or possess low vision. These gallery tours are designed to give individuals of all ages and abilities – along with their family, companions or caregivers – the opportunity to engage in discussion of works of art in our permanent collection through the use of touch and/or descriptive narration and participant interaction. Reservations requested at GroupTours@imamusuem.org.
Featured EventsDiscover Newfields
Sensual/Sexual/Social: The Photography of George Platt Lynes Tour
Explore the legacy of American photographer George Platt Lynes through this exhibition of photographs from the collection of the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University.
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.
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 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.
Ask Me! Docents
Curious about something you see? Just ask one of our Ask Me! docents.
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.
A Closer Look
Participants are invited to observe, question, and discuss a selected artwork in the galleries with a museum educator.