1350 East 83rd Avenue
Merrillville, IN 46410
Phone: (219) 736-5252
Fax: (219) 769-9048
1350 East 83rd Avenue, Merrillville, IN, US, 46410
- Phone: (219) 736-5252
- Fax: (219) 769-9048
Arts & Museums
This gallery features the works of more than 100 regional artists in a variety of media.
Located in the Center for the Arts at Valparaiso University, this museum is open to the public. The collection at this museum includes more than 1,600 works by American and European artists including prints, paintings, photography, sculptures, and religious art.
This museum features Native American, pioneer, Victorian, and 20th century artifacts and vintage photographs detailing the history of this Duneland community from the Ice Age to the present.
Art school and gallery featuring the works of local artists including oils, pastels, water colors, acrylics, jewelry, and ceramics. Weekly classes and spring/summer workshops taught by artists from around the country are available.
This center offers displays, self guided tour brochures and video presentations about Pullman, the country's first planned industrial community. Exhibits include "Pullman: The Man, The Car, The Company, The Model Town, The Strike, The Landmark Community in Chicago." The foundation also operates the Pullman Historic Landmark District Hotel Florence Restaurant & Museum, named for George Pullman's daughter.
Students of labor, civil and human rights history will be fascinated with this exhibit located in the historic Pullman District. The gallery is named in honor of Asa Philip Randolph and the Pullman Porters, who together formed the first African-American labor union in the country. A fine collection of well-preserved photographs and memorabilia serve to illustrate and commemorate a milestone in American history.
A museum in the southern side of Chicago, it is the first and only African American children’s museum in the country. It was founded in the year 1998 and moved to its current location in the year 2008. It was founded by retired public school teacher, Peggy Montes, with a mission to serve children between ages three and nine. It is named after the neighborhood in Chicago with a large concentration of settlement of African Americans.