It’s a new year which means it’s time to make new memories! With the cold winter months upon us, now’s the perfect time to explore all the indoor Access Pass galleries and attractions. During your visit, be sure to scout out these iconic spots and snap a few photos. And don’t forget to use #INAccessPass so we can see all the photographic fun you’re having!
Stairway Totem Pole
Spanning several floors in the museum, this recreation of a totem pole from the Brady collection of Sitka National Historical Park is a stunning piece of Native American art. While not an exact replica, the totem pole carries the same story as the original, the story of Wasgo the sea monster.
Eli Lilly Hall
Eli Lilly Hall is the visual centerpiece of the History Center. Snap your photo on the grand staircase where you’ll look like royalty! The Hall also has stunning walnut columns, Italian marble floors, four-story vaulted ceilings, and hand-blown Venetian glass lights. It’s no wonder so many people choose this location to tie the knot!
The Indiana Repertory Theatre was built in 1927 as a movie palace and ballroom and the original marquee is still in place. Snap your photo of you under the marquee before going inside the theatre to see a live performance.
Towering 50-feet tall, the iconic INDIANA obelisk graces the center of the Great Hall at the ISM. With the canal flowing outside and the stunning architecture indoors, it’s the perfect photo backdrop.
Have you ever pictured yourself behind the wheel of a REAL Indy car? Harness your inner speed demon and strike a pose in the Photo Car, a real race car at the Motor Speedway Museum. Printed photos are available for purchase or use your own camera for free.
Flying Wedge Statue
From celebrities to visiting NCAA teams, lots of people have gotten their picture taken with Flying Wedge Statue. Add your photo to the collection!
Newfields is full of amazing artwork just ready for Instagram, but the Blue Snail in the gardens is a total eye-catcher. The electric-blue, eight-foot-tall sculpture is made from recycled plastic and symbolizes regeneration, with its shell suggesting the progressive nature of time.
Chihuly Fireworks of Glass
This blown glass tower by renowned artist, Dale Chilhuly creates a gorgeous backdrop for your photos! See over 3,200 pieces of glass that create stunning colors and the perfect filtering light for your backdrop. Or, head to the bottom floor and get a shot from below looking up into the glass.
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to be inside a giant bubble? The Bubble Flow exhibit at WonderLab, a favorite for visitors, makes it possible! From bubble fountains, to even a bubble wall, this exhibit gives you plenty of soapy-science photo ops.