More than 250,000 flowers. But not just flowers. Bird songs, beer, wine and fresh air, light jackets, music, stretched legs—and flowers. Designers carefully orchestrated the show so there’s always something new to discover. Follow along on Instagram to see what’s blooming this week. Visit now, before it changes again. Open to all, free to members.
The Garden is blooming brighter than ever thanks to supporters like you. Add a personal touch by dedicating a planter of flowers or a section of a blooming bed in The Garden in honor or memory of the people who make your life more colorful. They’ll be Bloom-struck. Make your dedication, here.
Exotic, traditional, the fresh, the familiar, still life, real life—it’s in the IMA the Garden and Fairbanks Park. Hello Spring, arriving in stages through May. Visit now, before it changes again.
Featured EventsThe Garden
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.
Summer Wonderland Beer Garden
Admiring all this art and nature can make a person thirsty.
Adult Class: Orchids & Beer
Come out and enjoy a cold one while learning about the steamy world of orchids from Newfields’ Ian Wilhite.
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.
Take a 45-minute guided tram and walking tour of The Garden.
Members-Only Trivia in the Beer Garden
Celebrate Member Appreciation Month with some good old-fashioned competition.
Day of Flight
Discover how a better understanding of urban wildlife benefits Indianapolis.
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.
Fall Fest presented by Barnes & Thornburg LLP
This harvest season spend the day or three, at Newfields’ Fall Fest.
Stroll Winterlights at Newfields from November 18 through January 6 amid the glow of a million bulbs