12 locations. 1 Membership.

Join a membership that gives you unlimited free admission to 12 statewide locations where you're sure to learn something new, meet fascinating experts and fill your photo albums with memories of a lifetime.


All members enjoy
:

  • Free unlimited admission to Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites statewide
  • Free admission to 300+ museums and science centers worldwide through the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) Travel Passport Program
  • 10% discount at museum and historic site gift shops
  • Monthly member e-newsletters
  • Exclusive invitations to members-only events
  • Indy IMAX® vouchers and discounts on tickets and concessions
  • Discounts on summer camps, holiday programs and Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio
  • 10% discount at the Indianapolis Farmers Market Café
*Please note that reciprocal benefits do not extend to science centers and museums located within a 90-mile radius of the Indiana State Museum or within a 90-mile radius of your residence. We recommend you contact the organization before you visit to confirm what reciprocal benefits you will receive.


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Our 12 Locations:

Discover the metropolis of an ancient Mississippian Native American culture throughout the 600 acres of Angel Mounds State Historic Site.

Explore Indiana‘s first state capitol and see how the first state capitol was organized at Corydon Capitol State Historic Site.

Admire Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site, a masterpiece of Victorian artistry nestled on the Ohio River and discover its part in Indiana history.

At Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site, visit the cabin at Wildflower Woods to discover the inspiration for author Gene Stratton Porter’s work.

Visit the Indiana State Museum, Indiana's center for science and culture and explore three floors of history, science and art.

Experience Lanier Mansion State Historic Site, a Greek Revival home on the Ohio River, the site of a heroic story and superb architecture. 

See Levi & Catharine Coffin State Historic Site, the home where a thousand freedom seekers sought shelter on their journey through the Underground Railroad.

Discover Limberlost State Historic Site, where naturalist and photographer Gene Stratton-Porter became an author, studying the natural wonders at her doorstop.

Tour the New Harmony State Historic Site, a spiritual sanctuary that later became a haven for international scientists, scholars and educators who sought equality in communal living. 

At T.C. Steele State Historic Site, discover the Brown County home of Indiana artist T.C. Steele, where nature’s beauty meets the artist’s canvas.

Explore Vincennes State Historic Site, where cultures clashed and blended to form Indiana’s territorial frontier long before statehood.

Travel back in time at Whitewater Canal State Historic Site, to when water wheels and canal boats were the latest technologies.