Indy Links

Official Sites

IndianaJones.com
YoungIndy.com
IndianaJones.com
The Official Website of Indiana Jones
YoungIndy.com
The Official Website of
Young Indiana Jones
Indiana Jones Exhibition
Indiana Jones Exhibition
Sponsored by National Geographic
 

Fan Sites

TheRaider.net
TheForce.net
TheRaider.net

This fansite contains a plethora of great resources related to Indiana Jones. Some of the key features of this website include: comprehensive information related to the movies & Young Indy, fan art, fan forums, interviews, and a whole lot more. Any Indy fan could spend hours on this website.
TheForce.net

Yeah, we know this is a Star Wars fan site, but they post info on Indy. Besides... aren't most Indy fans Star Wars fans anyway? Awesome site!
IndyGear.com
Indiana Jones Wiki
IndyGear.com

This website is another great fan site. The major purpose behind this site is to aid fans in understanding Indy's gear or costumes and props. Locations of the films are also considered on this website. Interested in dressing like Indiana Jones? Then this is the site for you.
Indiana Jones Wiki

The Indiana Jones Wiki is a treasure trove of information regarding Indiana Jones. Want to learn more about the secondary characters or the actors who played them? Perhaps you're wondering where Indy was in 1928. Check out this website to learn everything about Indiana Jones and his adventures.
TheIndyCast
Young Indy Locations
theIndyCast.com

Tune in for the weekly podcasts on anything and everything Indiana Jones!
Young Indy Locations

Great fan site that highlights the filming locations for Young Indy. Tremendous research and wonderful pictures makes this a terrific site for any Young Indy fan.
Young Indiana Jones Music
Young Indiana Jones Music

Another great site for Young Indy fans. This one outlines the music of the series, complete with the original score breakdowns for the television episodes.

Education Sites

Edutopia.org
Maya Research Program
Edutopia.org

Check out the George Lucas Educational Foundation
Maya Research Program
Indiana Jones Exhibition
National Geographic Education
Indiana Jones Exhibition
Sponsored by National Geographic
National Geographic Education
NCSS.org
EDSITEment!
NCSS.org

National Council for the Social Studies. Great resources here for educators.
EDSITEment!

EDSITEment! contains free, skillfully crafted lessons for educators.

Featured Artists

Vanderstelt Studio
Steve Anderson
Vanderstelt Studio

Jerry Vanderstelt is one of the world’s premiere Sci-Fi and Fantasy artists today. His work within the worlds of Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Lord of the Rings is truly inspiring and not to be missed.
Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson is one of the most prolific and respected Lucasfilm-licensed artists today. While legions of fans around the world will recognize his work, they may not know the man behind the magic.
Steve Thomas
Trevor Grove
Steve Thomas

Steve Thomas has an extensive background in graphic art and design and a passion for vintage posters, propaganda and commercial art. He combines the two to create incredibly cool posters and designs based on pop culture icons, including the best Star Wars travel posters we’ve ever seen!
Trevor Grove

Trevor Grove began drawing at an early age, and demonstrated amazing talent from the beginning; the logo for our Walking through Time with Indiana Jones exhibit was drawn by Trevor when he was only 13 years old! However, you may know him best as a sculptor for Sideshow Collectibles. Also find Trevor at deviantart.com
Paul Shipper
Paul Shipper

Paul Shipper is a highly skilled artist from New Zealand. His many works include Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and comic-based art.

Disclaimer: The links listed above are provided as resources for Indiana Jones and general education. Indyintheclassroom.com is not responsible for the content on linked websites.