If you’ve ever wondered what to get that special little girl or boy on your list and wished an expert could guide you – today is your lucky day!
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is proud to be working with Dr. Charlie Beeker (the museum’s Extraordinary Underwater Archaeologist-in-Residence and professor at Indiana University) to display brand new artifacts and help families understand why they are so valuable on Columbus Day 2014.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, step right up for the scream of your life at Creepy Carnival - The Children’s Museum Guild’s 51st Annual Haunted House!
Imagine a whimsical mannequin with style and sass, a chair featuring a moon surrounded by astronauts, or a ukulele covered with musicians.
The popularity of a sold-out “over 21” summer series of special evenings called Terra Cotta Warriors After Dark prompted The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to add a fourth “grown-ups only” evening.
We’ve always known it and now NUVO readers confirm for the fifth year in a row, (2010-2014) that the world’s biggest children’s museum is indeed beloved by our visitors! The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has been voted the best local museum in the NUVO 2014 Best of Indy Readers Choice Poll.
What boy or girl is not excited and inspired by the 2,000 year old Chinese legend of the brave and smart, young girl named Mulan? She disguised herself as a boy to join the army in a selfless act to spare her aging father from being forced to become a soldier again.
Imagine a “cool” place to spend a warm summer evening ... a place where you can network, enjoy a cocktail and hors d’ouevres, all while admiring ancient, authentic, priceless, Terra Cotta Warriors standing at attention for your inspection.
The slide is back with a brand new look at the world’s largest children’s museum.
The world’s largest children’s museum is proud to announce that internationally renowned underwater archaeologist Professor Charles Beeker is its new Extraordinary Underwater Archaeologist-in-Residence.