Indiana University Art Museum, (1133 E 7th St), I.M. Pei's soaring triangular atrium, galleries of works of art from all corners of the earth; over 40,000 objects include ancient gold jewelry, African masks, paintings by Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso.
Kinsey Institute (IU Morrison Hall, Room 302), research and scholarship in human sexuality, gender, and reproduction; archives, education, public art exhibits. For ongoing research participation, and art gallery exhibits, see their website.
Lilly Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, (1200 E 7th St), more than 400,000 books; over seven million manuscripts and 100,000 pieces of sheet music. On permanent exhibit: the Gutenberg Bible, and John James Audubon's Birds of America prints.
Mathers Museum of World Cultures, (416 N Indiana Ave), over 20,000 objects and 10,000 photographs representing cultures worldwide. Special attention to Native Americans, Inupiaq and Yupik Eskimo materials, and Pawnee culture.
Museum of Science, Health, & Technology Wonderlab, (308 W 4th St) science education, hands-on exhibits, programs that stimulate curiosity, and encourage exploration for lifelong learning.