With five floors and more than 120,000 items, Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the world's largest children's museum. Adults and children can enjoy exploring American culture, international cultures, and natural science. Discover retro Barbie dolls; an Indonesian puppet's samurai suit of armor; and Bucky, the teenage T. Rex. Information is presented in a way that is easily accessible to children, with lots of interactive activities. Older children may want to visit the emotional exhibit about three extraordinary children: Anne Frank, Ryan White, and Ruby Bridges. Start your trip to Indianapolis by creating a personalized itinerary on Inspirock.
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Children's Museum of Indianapolis reviews
This is the second time that I have went to this museum with my daughter and she loved it both times (2 years apart). There is so much for all ages to do. The best part for my daughter was the 5 and..... more
This is the second time that I have went to this museum with my daughter and she loved it both times (2 years apart). There is so much for all ages to do. The best part for my daughter was the 5 and..... more »
I can't say enough good things about this place. My girls 10 & 8 absolutely loved each. There are a ton of different exhibits to include dinosaurs, space, pop culture and many others. There is free...
I can't say enough good things about this place. My girls 10 & 8 absolutely loved each. There are a ton of different exhibits to include dinosaurs, space, pop culture and many others. There is free... more »
I took my 9 year old and 5 year old and we stayed from open to close and still had things we didn't get to do. The outside sports area is amazing. They had so much fun they wanted to return the following day. Parking was free, food was a little pricey but was as expected. You can bring your own inside the dining area. The place was clean and employees were so friendly.
I attend with children ranging from 8-12 years old. At first they seem interested but the longer we stayed, they seemed to grow more bored. The museum is HUGE and it's easy to spend hours there if you visit each exhibit. For an adult and 1 child, admission was close to 60$. Parking was free (which is a plus). As soon as you walk in, there's a Cafe area and it includes a Starbucks. Overall it's a good family place but I would say younger kids would probably enjoy it more.
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