From museums and galleries to theatres and music venues to everything in between, the Indiana Arts & Culture Passport is your guide to the places, people, and history that are the fabric of the Hoosier State. Explore Indiana with your passport and you can win great prizes!
Explore the work of artists indoors and out at our galleries and public art spaces. Take in a show at our theaters and live music venues. Choose from more than 90 downtown dining options and 100 shopping opportunities. Stroll walking trails or picnic at one of our three parks.
The Columbus Arts and Entertainment District is the heart of Columbus, Indiana. Here you'll find downtown dining, shops, boutiques, and architecture that make it a one-of-a-kind destination. We like to think of downtown as everyone’s neighborhood.
Fishers’ Nickel Plate District is in downtown Fishers, just west of 116th Street and I-69. This area has grown tremendously in the past few years, with delicious additions to the food scene, stores and art gallery.
The NoCo Arts and Cultural District – aptly named for its location North of Court Avenue – is Jeffersonville’s newest and most colorful point of interest.
An Arts and Cultural district is identified as “a statewide leader in cultural development.” Madison certainly stands out due to the awe-inspiring architecture, thriving music scene, momentous murals and more!
The Miller Beach Arts & Creative District is a cultural hub located in the Miller section of Gary, Indiana. Celebrate the arts with us on the Southernmost tip of Lake Michigan, surrounded by the Indiana Dunes National Park. Enjoy an eclectic mix of exhibits and events every weekend year-round, plus…
The Noblesville Cultural Arts District includes the city’s newest cultural amenity and public park, Federal Hill Commons, which will anchor the west side of the downtown and the Cultural Arts District with an amphitheater nestled against the White River.
The 41/40 Arts & Cultural District emerges out of Terre Haute's cultural core at the Crossroads of America serving as both a geographic center and a cultural center. Radiating out from the center are museums, festivals, education, and creative professionals.
The Wabash Cultural District features 2.5 miles of walkable terrain. The boundaries are Hill Street along the influential railway tracks on the north, Carroll Street on the west, Paradise Spring Park on the east, and the Wabash River on the south.
The Zionsville Cultural District (ZCD) is both the heart of the village district and the name of the organization that coordinates marketing initiatives for the community as a whole.