Spring Blooms at the Newfields Museum in Indianapolis

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From beautiful peonies and tulips to idyllic daffodils, hyacinth, irises and more, guests can experience more than 500,000 spring blooms this season in Indianapolis at the Newfields Museum, formerly known as the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Running from March 22 through May 26, the museum campus will be carpeted with flowers, and 2019 will have 100,000 more bulbs than last year. Don’t miss native wildflowers and more.

Visitors are welcome to grab a beer at the museum’s Beer Garden as they wander the grounds, and they can come back early and often to see the floral progress in motion. The tour is included with museum admission.

Learn more about the Spring Blooms event at discovernewfields.org.

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