Did you know many museums around Indianapolis offer free admission on different dates\u00a0throughout the year? That means you and your family can enjoy all the benefits that a day at the museum provides, without breaking the bank. We've created this handy-dandy guide so that you can take advantage of these awesome opportunities. Add these dates to your calendar and head to the museum for hands-on education and FUN! Be sure to bookmark this page and come back to it, as we will continue to update this list as museums release their free days for 2020. Free Museum Days in 2020 around Indianapolis: Conner Prairie Interactive History Park Location: 13400 Allisonville Road, Noblesville Phone:\u00a0317-776-6000 \tJanuary 20: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day \tFebruary 17: President's Day \tApril 4: Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day (free tickets required) \tApril 26: Sensory Friendly Day Plus: Conner Prairie is proud to partner with other local museums to make family fun available to more Indiana families. Families that participate in any of the state assistance programs listed on their website can visit for just $2 per family member per visit any time. Children under age 2 always receive free admission. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art Location: 500 West Washington Street, Indianapolis Phone:\u00a0317-636-9378 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Museum admission is free this day with a minimum donation of one non-perishable food item per guest.) Receive a $2 discount for the following any time: \tTime Travelers Program members \tMilitary active duty members of any branch of service, plus immediate family members \tMilitary veterans of any branch of service \tAAA members \tConvention attendees with badge \tDowntown hotel guests with room key Plus: The Eiteljorg Museum offers free and discounted admission to many different groups throughout the year. Please visit their website for a complete listing of those who qualify for\u00a0free and discounted admission.\u00a0Children under age 5 receive free admission. Indiana Historical Society Location: 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis Phone:\u00a0317-232-1882 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Plus: With the Access Pass, families who qualify may receive admission into the museum for $2 per guest. The Indiana Historical Society offers complimentary admission year-round to active members of the military and their families as part of the Blue Star Museums Program. Children under age 5 receive free admission Related: Free things to do in Indianapolis Indiana State Museum Location: 650 West Washington Street Phone: 317-232-1637 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Free admission this day with a minimum donation of one non-perishable food item per guest.) \tFebruary 17: President's Day \tApril 4: Smithsonian Museum Day Plus: The Indiana State Museum offers discounted admission to families who qualify with the Access Pass, as well as a myriad of other discounts for certain people\/groups. Children under age 3 receive free admission Indiana State Police Museum Location: 8660 East 21st Street, Indianapolis Phone: 317-899-8293 Admission is always free. Donations are welcome. Related: Family Fun: The Indiana State Police Museum Indiana War Memorial Museum Location: 431 North Meridian Street Phone: 317-232-7615 Admission is always free. Newfields Location: 4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis Phone: 317-923-1331 \tJanuary 20: MLK Day Celebration: Speaking LOVE \tFirst Thursday of each month: Enjoy free admission on the first Thursday of months March - September from 4:00-9:00pm \tMay 31:\u00a0National Gardens and Museums Day Plus: Newfields\u00a0is\u00a0proud to be a part of the Access Pass program. Families that meet the requirements can visit Newfields and all participating locations for just $2 per family member per visit, for up to two adults and dependent youth living in the household. Visit their\u00a0Access Pass page to learn more about this program that makes cultural attractions more available to Indiana families. Children under age 6 receive free admission. Indianapolis Zoo Location: 1200 West Washington Street, Indianapolis Phone: 317-630-2001 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day\u00a0(Admission into the museum is free this day with a minimum donation of one non-perishable food item per guest.) Note that tickets are always more expensive at the gate, so click here to buy tickets online to save money! Plus: The Indianapolis Zoo offers discounts for different groups of individuals. Visit their website for more information.\u00a0Children under age 2 receive free admission. Related: Where to Go for Free Admission on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Indy Rhythm! Discovery Center Location: 110 West Washington Street, Suite A Phone: 317-275-9030 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Plus: Children under age 6 always receive free admission. Discover the Rhythm! Discovery Center in downtown Indy The Children's Museum of Indianapolis Location: 3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis Phone: 317-334-4000 \tJanuary 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day \tFebruary 17, Presidents Day \tDecember 24, Christmas Eve Please note that tickets are always cheaper when purchased in advance. Click here to purchase tickets. Plus: The Children\u2019s Museum is proud to make family learning available to more Indiana families through free or reduced admission days and reduced admission programs like Access Pass. The first Thursday of each month from 4\u20138 p.m. admission is $5 per person. They highly recommend that you buy your tickets in advance online as these days may be a little crowded. Children under 2 always receive free admission. The Indianapolis Children's Museum is the world\u2019s biggest children\u2019s museum! With all of these discounted and free dates to choose from, you and your family are bound to have some fun this year exploring the museums and learning together. We will continue to update this list as museums release their free days for 2020! If you learn of one that we haven't included yet, let us know at email@example.com.