3045 W. Vermont St.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
The Indiana Medical History Museum is located in the Old Pathology Building on the grounds of the former Central State Hospital on the near west side of Indianapolis. The museum represents the beginning of scientific psychiatry and modern medicine while the building itself is the oldest surviving pathology facility in the nation and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The museum maintains a collection of scientific artifacts from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in a completely authentic setting. Constructed in 1895 and inaugurated in 1896, the nineteen-room Pathological Department Building, as it was then called, is equipped with three clinical laboratories, a photography lab, teaching amphitheatre, autopsy room, and library.
Explore this site to learn more about the Indiana Medical History Museum as well as Indiana's medical heritage. The museum also offers an extensive list of links to other websites relating to medical history, science education and health careers.
September 20, 2014
9:45-10:45 am in the IMHM Medicinal Plant Garden
Kids will learn all about plants through hands-on activities! They will
This lecture will be free and open to the public, so you are welcome to attend even if you do not have a child registered for the garden program.
The Indiana Medical History Museum is proud to be a member of the Coalition for the Public Understanding of Science(COPUS).
Visits to the museum are by guided tour only
Tours begin on the hour
Last tour starts promptly at 3pm
Open for large groups (by appointment only.)
The museum does not accept credit or debit cards.
Seniors (over 65) $9
University Students with Valid I.D. $5
Students 18 and Under $3
Scouts and Scout Leaders $5.50 (includes badge, otherwise $3.00)