IMHM is open by appointment only! Click here to make an appointment and to get more information about our COVID-related precautions/restrictions.
For large group tour information click here.
**Masks are required for all in the building**
(Effective Feb 1, 2023 masks will be provided for $1 fee--please bring your own!)
Our events are now back in person!
Check out what's coming up on our Events Listing and sign up for our Mailing List to be the first to hear new announcements.
Voices from Central State
Learn about our newest expansion of Voices from Central State and share your stories, memories, or ephemera!
THE INDIANA MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM
3270 Kirkbride Way | Indianapolis, IN 46222 | 317.635.7329
We have a new address, but we're in the same location!
Learn how you can support the work of the Indiana Medical History Museum by clicking the Get Involved Link above.UPCOMING EVENTS
Learn about and sign up for upcoming events.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, visits are by appointment only for groups of no more than 8 persons. For more than 8 people, click the Group Tours link below. Reservations for large groups must be made 3 weeks in advance.
Please complete the form on the Group Tour information page
Courtesy of Tom Mueller Photography, LLC
Voices from Central State was a Fall 2016 event series that spotlighted the patient perspective on life at Indiana's flagship mental institution, Central State Hospital (1848-1994). Click here for more information.
We're currently planning a continuation of the Voices project, an initiative to gather stories from people with connections to Central State Hospital, including former patients, workers, neighbors, and families.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Sarah Halter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Old Pathology Building is in trouble!
Learn more about our Capital Campaign to save the building and protect the future of medical history in Indiana. See the progress we have made, what still needs to be done, and how you can help.
Click HERE to see Dr. Richard Feldman's special feature on the Indiana Medical History Museum from the March, 2020 Indianapolis Medical Society Bulletin.
Help us to fulfill our mission to interpret and preserve
the Old Pathology Building through tours, exhibits, and programs.