Encompassing 152 acres of gardens and grounds, Newfields (formerly the Indianapolis Museum of Art) is among the 10 largest encyclopedic art museums in the United States and features significant collections of African, American, Asian, European and contemporary art and design.
The galleries are surrounded by gardens, water features, over a hundred acres of woodland filled with surprise and beauty. The campus itself is ideal for performances, afternoon walks, kite-flying, cloud-gazing, memory-making, new-idea-having. There’s a mansion to stage unforgettable events and a beer garden for microbrews and friendships.
Newfields is a setting where it’s easy to make connections of all sorts. Like no place else in Indianapolis.