Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is one of the country’s top tourist attractions. From top to bottom, children have the chance to explore interactive exhibits designed to peak their interest and satisfy their curiosity. The museum houses several feature exhibits, like the Dinosphere and Science Works, as well as a variety of traveling exhibits.

With free parking and generous membership benefits, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is an affordable stop for local residents and a must see for tourists. The museum also offers coat check & lockers to keep your hands free for an afternoon of family fun in Indy.

This Mom Says: “The Children’s Museum is a family favorite. The girls never seem to tire of their favorite exhibits, and we all love to see what new fun TCM has in store for us each time we visit.”

Awesome Advice: While many visitors prefer to start at the top and work their way down to the museum’s basement, we like to end our day with a ride on the antique carousel on the top floor.

Montessori Moment: Even the restroom’s were designed with children in mind! There are several family restrooms and child-sized potties throughout the building.

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Details

Hours: Tues.–Sun., 10 a.m.–5 p.m. (Closed Mondays September through February)
Admission: Youth (2–17) $13.50 | Adult (18-59) $18.50 | Senior (60+) $17.50
Membership: Family/Grandparent $145 | Family Plus Two $180
http://childrensmuseum.org @TCMindy Facebook.com/childrensmuseum
3000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN, 46208
1-800-820-6214

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