Complete resection of tumor lesions in advanced stage ovarian cancer patients is of utmost importance, since the extent of residual disease after surgery strongly affects survival. Intraoperative imaging may be useful to improve surgery in these patients. Farletuzumab is a humanized IgG1 antibody that specifically recognizes the folate receptor alpha (FRα). Labeled with a radiolabel and a fluorescent dye, farletuzumab may be used for the intraoperative detection of ovarian cancer lesions. The current aim is to demonstrate the feasibility of FRα-targeted dual-modality imaging using In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW in an intraperitoneal ovarian cancer model. Biodistribution studies were performed 3 days after injection of 3, 10, 30, or 100 μg of In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW in mice with subcutaneous IGROV-1 tumors (5 mice per group). In mice with intraperitoneal IGROV-1 tumors the nonspecific uptake of In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW was determined by coinjecting an excess of unlabeled farletuzumab. MicroSPECT/CT and fluorescence imaging were performed 3 days after injection of 10 μg of In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW. FRα expression in tumors was determined immunohistochemically. Optimal tumor-to-blood-ratios (3.4-3.7) were obtained at protein doses up to 30 μg. Multiple intra-abdominal tumor lesions were clearly visualized by microSPECT/CT, while uptake in normal tissues was limited. Fluorescence imaging was used to visualize and guide resection of superficial tumors. Coinjection of an excess of unlabeled farletuzumab significantly decreased tumor uptake of In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW (69.4 ± 27.6 versus 18.3 ± 2.2% ID/g, p < 0.05). Immunohistochemical analyses demonstrated that the radioactive and fluorescent signal corresponded with FRα-expressing tumor lesions. FRα-targeted SPECT/fluorescence imaging using In-farletuzumab-IRDye800CW can be used to detect ovarian cancer in vivo and could be a valuable tool for enhanced intraoperative tumor visualization in patients with intraperitoneal metastases of ovarian cancer.