Friday nights at the Museum will once again feature timeless movies from across the decades and interactive preshow programming in the IMA Amphitheater. Still one of Indianapolis’ most unique outdoor film experiences, the 40th anniversary of this longstanding tradition will offer four audience-selected films, two double features and new preshow entertainment.
New this year, an 18-hole putt-putt course will be available for preshow entertainment. Mini Golf at the IMA—located directly above the IMA Amphitheater on the Alliance Sculpture Court—features original holes designed by local and regional artists. In honor of Indiana’s 2016 Bicentennial, each hole is inspired by Indiana history, heritage and landmarks. Moviegoers can putt through covered bridges and Indiana farmland, former city landmarks and amusement parks and even a reproduction of Kurt Vonnegut’s office before enjoying a movie under the stars.