Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science

Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science    

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The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science is a general-interest museum located on the Ohio riverfront in downtown Evansville, Indiana, United States.

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Jan 2, 2024
The museum was an interesting walk through the history of Evansville. I loved the photo exhibit showing the then and now. The juried art exhibit was also fun to wander through. The first floor was de… Full review by PurpleAnkh
Aug 28, 2023
We enjoyed our time in the museum. I was amazed by the history and how it was methodically laid out. The women during the WWII time was the best. Especially the details and pictures of them. Next tim… Full review by Passport54727280361
Jul 1, 2023
I went with my 86 year old mother. We both grew up in Evansville and we both moved away. We were back in town and wanted to take a look at the museum since it had changed so much. The space is well… Full review by KirkWillett
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Established:1904

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Do you have meeting rooms available for Christmas parties, and what food vendors do you have
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Thank you for writing and using Trip Advisor. We have several meeting room options that would be great for a Christmas party or any gathering for for that matter. We also have a list of …
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Thank you for writing and using Trip Advisor. We have several meeting room options that would be great for a Christmas party or any gathering for for that matter. We also have a list of approved food vendors that we think you will like. We post our room rental rates on our website. To learn more, contact Samantha at 812-425-2406, ext 236
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Answer by Mitch L · Oct 22, 2019
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How much does it cost
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I work for the Museum. Sorry we did not see your question sooner. Our admission is $12 for Adults and $8 for children. Admission includes all of our permanent and temp …
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I work for the Museum. Sorry we did not see your question sooner. Our admission is $12 for Adults and $8 for children. Admission includes all of our permanent and temp galleries, our EMTRAC transportation center and a hourly giant screen movie.
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do you have programs that explain the night sky and the constellations, or a film? thank you
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They have different films all the time. You can check out their website for more information on them.
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do you have programs that explain the night sky and the constellations. i'm sadly lacking in knowledge of that and …
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do you have programs that explain the night sky and the constellations. i'm sadly lacking in knowledge of that and as I age, the more interested I become. there aren't a lot of great books about it that I can find, but i'd like to be instructed by a person or film with experience. thank you for your valuable time and trouble. dgp
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The Evansville Museum has a learning space, which we call The Koch Immersive Theater where we do planetarium shows. The show we do now that I would most recommend is …
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The Evansville Museum has a learning space, which we call The Koch Immersive Theater where we do planetarium shows. The show we do now that I would most recommend is called Skies Over Evansville. Right now we offer this live show Friday, Sat & Sunday at 2 p.m. We're going to implement a new shows schedule soon (which may change the time it is offered), so you'll want to look it up on our website or give us a call. In the show we talk about the stars, planets and constellations and you get to ask questions!Thanks for your question. It will help other travelers I'm sure.
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Answer by Mitch L · Jan 31, 2017
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how do I get there by bus?
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The Evansville Museum is accessible by the Main Street Trolley, operated by METS. Route and schedule on the METS website. ml
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Can I use regular sunglasses to watch the total solar eclipse?
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No. Regular sunglasses only block a small percentage of the harmful light emitted from the sun. Eclipse glasses are about 100,000 times darker than sunglasses, and block...
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