Groups of 6 or more should make tour arrangements by contacting the museum at least three weeks in advance (details below). 


Wednesday 10:00 - 4:00

Thursday    10:00 - 4:00 

Friday    10:00 - 4:00 

Saturday    10:00 - 4:00 

Visits are by guided tour only.

Tours start on the hour. 

Tours last approximately one hour.

Last scheduled tour begins at 2:00. 


Depending on staff availability, group tours may be scheduled outside our regular operating hours. Additional fees apply.


Adults $10

Seniors (over 65) $9

College students with valid I.D. $5

Students under 18 $3

Scouts $5.50 (includes badge)

The museum requires one chaperone for every ten children.

For every ten children under 18, one chaperone will be admitted for $3. 

College instructors with a class are admitted for $5. 

All bus drivers are admitted for free.

Tour organizers can contact the museum to arrange a tour by e-mail at (preferred), or phone us at (317) 635-7329.   Please submit all the following information when requesting a tour:

  • Organization/Affiliation
  • Contact Name
  • Contact phone
  • Contact email
  • Requested Tour Date
  • Requested Tour Time
  • Number in group (including chaperones)
  • Number of chaperones (if applicable)
  • Grade Level/ Course/Subject Area (if applicable)
  • Tours requested (Old Pathology Building and/or Medicinal Plant Garden - Garden tour available mid-June through September)

 The museum will contact you prior to your visit to confirm the tour request.


- Group tour organizers should note that the museum does not have lunchroom facilities and only has limited restroom facilities.

- The tour covers two floors and there is no elevator. We can offer a special PowerPoint presentation for groups unable to use the stairs - please request this in advance.

- The one-hour tour may be unsuitable for young children, due to its length, the sophistication of the subject matter, and our hands-off approach to our collections.

- Young children and visitors sensitive to topics such as mental illness, death, and autopsy may find the museum disturbing. Human skeletons and preserved organs are on display at the museum.

-Driving directions and parking information can be found here.

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Interdisciplinary, Online Curriculum for High School and College Students

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