Tickets for THE LUME Indianapolis also include General Admission. However, General Admission tickets do not include THE LUME Indianapolis.

THE LUME Indianapolis Featuring Monet & Friends Alive
Museum Hours

After a blockbuster inaugural year of Vincent van Gogh, THE LUME Indianapolis will reopen featuring Monet & Friends Alive on July 3. The one-of-a-kind Monet & Friends Alive experience, created by Australian-based Grande Experiences, will take guests on a journey back in time to when the face of European art was set to change forever. The exhibition will showcase the world of Impressionism across three main movements: Metropolitan, A Day in the Life and En Plein Air. The masterpieces of the Impressionists will come to life with a rich, dynamic display of light, color, and sound. Breathtaking paintings will be projected on an enormous scale with vivid detail to bring back, larger than life, the bold brushstrokes of Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Cézanne, and more. Guests will indulge their senses and enjoy the sights of 19th Century Paris through the eyes of the painters who immortalized them. The final gallery will feature original paintings, drawings, and sculptures from notable Impressionists including Cassatt, Cézanne, Manet, Monet, Degas, and more. Set to a beautiful musical score including Debussy, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, and Offenbach, Monet & Friends Alive is an immersive experience that stimulates all the senses. 

Now Open
Indianapolis Museum of Art Galleries
Advance tickets required

THE LUME Ticket Pricing

Tickets for THE LUME Indianapolis featuring Monet & Friends Alive also include General Admission. However, General Admission tickets do not include THE LUME.
Public  
Adult $29
Senior 55+ $25
Youth (6-17) $20
Child (5 & under) Free
   
Member  
Adult $22
Youth (6-17) $15
Child (5 & under) Free

The LUME Indianapolis is created by Grande Experiences

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The LUME Indianapolis is made possible through funding from

 

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Additional support is provided by Ann W. King, and Monna Quinn & David Spoelstra.

 

Support for materials in the Monet & Play Activity Space provided by