Museums Of Evansville

The Reitz Home Museum is a member of the Museum Alliance of Downtown Evansville (M.A.D.E.), a cooperative effort by five unique museums to promote downtown Evansville as a museum destination for the entire community.

We encourage you to visit all of the M.A.D.E. museums and experience the wonder and excitement each has to offer.

The Evansville African American Museum

Located just east of Downtown, the Evansville African American Museum is in the last remaining building of the former Lincoln Gardens housing development in Evansville, Indiana. Lincoln Gardens was the second federal housing project created under the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal in 1938.

579 S. Garvin St.
(812) 423-5188
Tuesday through Saturday – 10 AM to 5 PM
Closed Sunday and Monday
Will schedule tours at other times.

Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville

The Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville (cMoe) provides unique, hands-on experiences for children from birth to age 12, and their families. cMoe boasts a variety of exhibits, including a dinosaur dig, bridge building, face painting, and water play. Through its programming, cMoe offers a new experience every day.

22 S.E. Fifth Street
(812) 464-cMoe (2663)
www.cMoeKids.org
Monday – Closed
Tuesday through Saturday – 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday – 12 PM to 5 PM

Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science

Located on the Riverfront in Downtown Evansville, Indiana, the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science is one of Southern Indiana's most established and significant cultural institutions, with comprehensive collections in art, history, anthropology, and science.

411 S. E. Riverside Dr.
(812) 425-2406
www.eMuseum.org
Monday – Closed
Tuesday through Saturday – 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday – 12 PM to 5 PM

LST 325 Homefront Museum

An LST (Landing Ship, Tank) is an amphibious vessel designed to land battle-ready tanks, troops, and supplies directly onto enemy shores. The LST 325, the last navigable LST in operation today, saw service in the invasion of Sicily, a later landing at Salerno, and the Normandy invasion in June 1944. Today, tours of the LST 325 are moving experiences, as veterans, their families, and other visitors hear and share stories of courage and camaraderie, hardship and valor.

840 LST Drive
(812) 435-8678
www.LSTmemorial.org
Monday – Closed
Tuesday through Saturday – 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday – 12 PM to 5 PM