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Minnetrista is a museum and cultural center that serves the people of East Central Indiana. Minnetrista offers exhibits and programs for children, families, adults, scouts, teachers and students that focus on nature, history, gardens, and...more
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There was once upon a time an apple orchard here but that is long gone. Along with the Native American activities that was held here.
After saying that the gardens including a herb garden looked pretty good considering the amount of rain we have received....More
My husband and I love to walk the gardens of Minnetrista with our dog. Make sure to visit the area across the street from the Orchard shop, they have a beautiful pond with lots of turtles! Summers are the best here, with lots of events...More
I spent 21 months in Muncie while at grad school. I only visited this place twice but I wish I had gone more. Very cool quiet place and awesome place to spend a few hours. Learned more about the are and the staff were great....More
I live in the town where Minnetrista exists. Been there many times. It is a beneficence of the Ball family of Ball Jars fame. It is a beautiful garden type atmosphere, with a cultural center, apple orchard, and farmer's market. Various art shows, and historical...More
The Minnetrista Museum has some good exhibits --- but we prefer just touring the gardens at Minnetrista and adjacent Oakhurst. The museum could be toured any time of year --- the gardens - generally - only in nice weather.
Minnetrrista is a great place to take a scenic walk in Muncie. We especially like looking for frogs and turtles in the ponds, that are wonderfully hidden to the north of the main building. This is a nice escape within the realm of Muncie!
I was expecting more pieces in the museum. We decided not to pay the $5 for admission since the Maze exhibit was geared more towards little kids. I would like to come back when they have the winter festival.