2018 Muncie Visitor's Guide

12 EDUCATIONAL & CREATIVE Bearcat Memorabilia Room Located at the Historic Muncie Fieldhouse Downtown Muncie | 765-282-0632 Tour by appointment. Charles W. Brown Planetarium Located at Ball State University Riverside Ave. & Warwick Rd., Muncie 765-285-8860 Visit and experience why Ball State University’s Charles W. Brown Planetarium is considered one of the best in the country! An immersive theater where state-of-the-art technology transforms the 52-foot dome into a simulation of the night sky as seen from Earth and from space. Their free programs are open to the public, school groups, and university students. Christy Woods Located at Ball State University Riverside Ave. & Warwick Rd., Muncie 765-285-2641 bsu.edu/fseec Visitors can enjoy a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle by walking in winding pathways through forest, prairie and wetland demonstration areas. This 17-acre wooded area located on the Ball State University Campus is home to two greenhouses including the renowned Wheeler Orchid Collection. David Owsley Museum of Art Located at Ball State University Riverside Ave. & Warwick Rd., Muncie 765-285-5242 bsu.edu/doma Discover one of Indiana’s finest university art museums! DOMA has an outstanding collection representing cultures from around the world. Admission is free and open to the public. Hours: M–F 9am to 4:30pm / S–S 1:30pm to 4:30pm. Delaware County Historical Society’s Heritage Library 120 E. Washington St., Muncie | 765-282-1550 delawarecountyhistory.org Extensive collection of genealogical materials, histories and artifacts. Call for hours. E.B. and Bertha C. Ball CENTER 400 W. Minnetrista Blvd., Muncie | 765-285-8975 bsu.edu/ebball The center provides stimulating intellectual opportunities for all persons in the Ball State University and East Central Indiana communities through programs that are presented in an informal learning environment. Historic Wysor Street Depot 700 E. Wysor St., Muncie | 765-287-0399 cardinalgreenways.org Built in 1901, then restored and re-opened in 2004, the Depot is now used as Cardinal Greenway headquarters and houses a gift shop, historical memorabilia, programs and events. Minnetrista 1200 N. Minnetrista Pkwy., Muncie | 765-282-4848 minnetrista.net There is always something new to discover at Minnetrista! From beautiful gardens to unique programming, interactive exhibits, and even a local shopping experience, every adventure is unique and different. Plan your next visit today! Moore-Youse Home Museum 122 E. Washington St., Muncie | 765-282-1550 delawarecountyhistory.org Built in approximately 1849, this is the oldest standing structure in downtown Muncie. Owned by four generations of the same family from 1864 to 1982. Contains original Moore family furnishings. Call for hours.