The Eiteljorg Museum welcomes both adult and student tour groups. Schedule your group visit by calling (317) 275-1350. Press "1" at the prompt. Adult groups
Reservations and arrangements for guides and special tours must be made at least three weeks in advance. Cost
Group rates do not apply to special events. Admission is free for one (1) tour escort and one (1) driver when touring with scheduled group of 15 or more.
For groups of 10 or more:
- $8 for adults, $7 for seniors (65+)
- $5 for special needs adults** (caregivers/attendants are free)
- $3/person for children/student groups
For groups of 100 or more:
- $6/person for 100 to 499 visitors (100 person guarantee; $300 deposit required)
- $5/person for 500 or more visitors (500 person guarantee; $1,000.00 deposit required)
Final payment by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard is due upon arrival. Tour guides
Tour guides are suggested and are free with paid admission. Guide(s) must be reserved at least three weeks in advance. Plan to spend an hour on a tour with additional time for a self-guided experience, plus visits to the museum store and cafe. Tour time can include highlights of the museum, a special exhibition or a custom experience. Parking
Van and car parking is free for museum patrons in the White River State Park underground parking garage. Buses and motor coaches can drop groups off at the museum entrance and then park nearby at the White River State Park south surface lot. Learn more about student tours at the Eiteljorg Museum.
Patches and Rockers are available at the admission desk and cost $1.00 each.
Scouting the West Patch
Patch is available daily with the completion of a Treasure Hunt in the permanent galleries. Request hand-out at admission desk.
Rockers available for attending special exhibits or events:
Art: Quest for the West, September 9 – October 7
National Geographic Photographs of the American West
November 27- February 10
Guitars Exhibition, March 9- August 4, 2013
Culture: Dias de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) October 27
Visit with an artist in residence, most Saturdays 1-4pm October & November, check events calendar for dates.
Hear a Native American storyteller, 2nd and 4th Saturdays at 1pm in the Woodlands Gallery, check events calendar for dates.
Kaya Day, January 26, 2013
History: WestFest, September 29
Thanksgiving Weekend, November 23 & 24
Indian Market & Festival: June 22 & 23, 2013
Jingle Rails Patch
Patch available November 3 - January 6 when you attend the Jingle Rails Exhibit.