Thousands tour IMA’s outdoor Art and Nature park

Thousands of people toured the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art as it opened its new outdoor sculpture and nature
park.

The outdoor area dubbed 100 Acres opened to the public Sunday, featuring eight large works of art throughout woodlands, wetlands
and a meadow.

Museum officials estimated at least 8,000 people visited the area on opening day, with most of the museum's parking lot
filled up by early afternoon.

Elayne Lewis of Indianapolis said she was impressed by the sculpture park and that it's something visitors will have
to tour more than once.

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