Field Trip Opportunities at the 2017 Indianapolis Convention
Friday afternoon March 24, 2017 - Please submit your choices on the Registration form submitted by your Chapter prior to March 10.
Field Trip 1 Indiana State Museum $5.00 entry;
Come discover the mastodons and mammoths that were Indiana’s last native giants. Ice Age Graveyards is an exciting look at Indiana’s chilly past, presented in a cool new way.
|Field Trip 2 Indianapolis Zoo $6.00 entry/ Educators Free with ID
Connect with our animals and plants in our "biomes," Deserts, Encounters, Forests, Oceans and Plains. These five distinct areas present approximately 230 species of animals and about 2,000 varieties of plants together in simulated natural habitats.
The Museum’s collection encompasses race cars from many series including IndyCar, NASCAR, Formula One, Sprint, Midget, motorcycle races, and drag racing. The collection encompasses motorcycles, dragsters, cars and other vehicles that have set world land speed records at various points in history.
|Field Trip 4 Indianapolis Museum of Art - meeting with art curator $5.00 entry
With a collection of more than 54,000 works of art, an early-20th-century estate, 152 acres of gardens and grounds, including an outdoor art and nature park, the IMA campus offers experiences that feed both the heart and mind.
Chemistry of Color
|Field Trip 5 Eiteljorg Museum $13.00 entry
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art was founded by Indianapolis businessman and philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg. Its mission—to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history and cultures of the American West and the indigenous peoples of North America.
The Eiteljorg Museum’s Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure is a journey to the Great American West – the real West and the West of the imagination.