Welcome to the Monkey House!

MISSION STATEMENT
We champion the legacy of Kurt Vonnegut and the principles of
free expression and common decency.


Out with the Old. In with the New.

NOTE: The Museum/Library is closed for relocation beginning January 5, 2019. We are no longer at the Emelie Building on Senate Avenue. We will soon open a pop-up gift shop at Circle Center Mall during the relocation process.  Click here to learn more!

Contact Us: (317) 423-0391




Hours of Operation:

NOTE: The Museum/Library is closed for relocation beginning January 5, 2019. We are no longer at the Emelie Building on Senate Avenue. We will soon open a pop-up gift shop at Circle Center Mall during the relocation process.  Click here to learn more!

Contact Us: (317) 423-0391



Admission to the Museum:

NOTE: The Museum/Library is closed for relocation beginning January 5, 2019. We are no longer at the Emelie Building on Senate Avenue. We will soon open a pop-up gift shop at Circle Center Mall during the relocation process.  Click here to learn more!

Contact Us: (317) 423-0391


Upcoming Events
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Night of Vonnegut

The 10th annual Night of Vonnegut, presented by Wabash College, will be a celebration like never before. Dress in your best 1969 throwback attire as we celebrate 50 years since the publishing of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five! Join us as Salman Rushdie, author of The Satanic Verses, gives this year’s keynote address.

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At the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, we spend a lot of time celebrating—celebrating Vonnegut himself, writers, artists, veterans, books, continued learning, and common decency.

Become a member of the Karass!

Donate to KVML and help us continue to bring Kurt Vonnegut and his ideals to the world.

Your support helps fund such programs as Banned Books Week, VonnegutFest, Teacher Workshops, School Outreach, and so much more. Please consider donating today.

Karass Membership

About Kurt Vonnegut

Kurt Vonnegut is a renowned author who took an unflinching look at the world, tempered with a satirical eye and sardonic sense of humor. In a career spanning over 50 years, Vonnegut published 14 novels, three short story collections, five plays, and five works of non-fiction. He is most famous for his darkly satirical, best-selling novel Slaughterhouse-Five, which is 50 years old in 2019.