Museums in Indianapolis, IN - Page 1

Find museums in Indianapolis, IN. Listings include The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indiana State Police - Public Information Office, Newfields, Indiana State Museum, Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library and Indiana Historical Society. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Newfields

Newfields

4000 Michigan Rd, Indianapolis 46208

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  • 06/18/20
    Every year at our Wizards Academy program, our House names are chosen in honor of scientists from all disciplines, all walks of life, and all time periods. In 2018, one of our Houses was named for Per...
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/17/20
    "Belief in astrology was almost universal...Medieval physicians, too, scrutinised the night skies and consulted elaborate hand-drawn charts before performing phlebotomy, the most prevalent health inte...
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/17/20
    We’re ready to welcome you back to the home of America’s Hoosier President! The Presidential Site will reopen—with limited capacity⁠—on Friday, June 19. Phase 1 of our reopening will consist of compl...
    > Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
  • 06/17/20
    "Successful organ donation is a fairly recent phenomenon, still only decades old."
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/17/20
    Another profile from our Hall of Honor: The late David Williams II, former Vanderbilt Athletics vice chancellor & athletics director was given the 2020 NCAA President’s Pat Summitt Award. Learn more a...
    > NCAA Hall of Champions and Conference Center
  • 06/17/20
    "Here are some of the key moments in the history of clinical trials that led to the type of trials we see today for COVID-19."
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/16/20
    "Four major theories of disease transmission dominated scientific discourse in the nineteenth century. As one scholar writes, all were political."
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/16/20
    On this day in 1858, Abraham Lincoln accepted the Republican Party's nomination for the U.S. Senate. He addressed the Illinois Republican Convention where he stated the well-known line, "A house divid...
    > Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
  • 06/16/20
    "Stewart Adams’ headache subsided—and his over-the-counter pain reliever became one of the world’s most popular medications"
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/15/20
    "His research into dopamine led to the mainstay treatment still used today to treat millions of people with Parkinson’s."
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/15/20
    "Medical professionals often face pressure to appear neutral and stay out of politics, but nurses have long believed that sick bodies are political. Their profession formed in defiance of those who de...
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/14/20
    Did you know, in June 1892, Benjamin Harrison signed the proclamation that instituted the practice of displaying the American flag over public buildings and schools? Today, on Flag Day, we celebrate ...
    > Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
  • 06/14/20
    How were illness and healthcare entangled with power in the past?
    > Indiana Medical History Museum
  • 06/13/20
    "...for American housewives in the 1930s, the vibrator looked like any other household appliance: a nonsexual new electric technology that could run on the same universal motor as their kitchen mixers...
    > Indiana Medical History Museum