We're taking a peek into the past to see how pop culture might influence our future when we open The Galleries for American Arts and Popular Culture, featuring a permanent exhibit—American POP—and a temporary exhibit—DANCE!
Nine attractions and one affordable price create a wonderful summer full of fun and learning for qualifying low-income Indiana families in Bloomington, Indianapolis, and Terre Haute.
A rich and varied collection of more than 900 works of art (drawings, paintings, works on paper, sculptures of bronze and stone) related to sport has just been given to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The National Art Museum of Sport (NAMOS) will now reside permanently in the Efroymson Pavilion of the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis with approximately 100 pieces shown at any given time starting in March 2018.
With the Greatest Spectacle in Racing (The Indianapolis 500) just around the corner, fans of all ages can experience Hot Wheels like never before at the world’s largest children’s museum. Starting May 13, 2017 fans get a firsthand look at the thrilling science, speed, and safety of motorsports with Hot Wheels® cars and tracks, positioned alongside full-sized race cars, artifacts and memorabilia.
Just two weeks after The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis was named the Best Museum for Families in the nation by USAToday/10Best, it receives another huge accolade!
The results are in from a citywide poll to determine the best place for families to visit! The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis led all votes in two separate categories – The BEST Museum and The BEST Family Entertainment! More than 5,300 nominees competed for the chance to be listed in the BEST of Indy A-List.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis celebrates a special day in Hispanic culture— El Día de los Niños (The Day of the Children) with FREE ADMISSION for everyone on Sunday, April 30, 2017.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis just received top honors in the USA TODAY / 10Best Reader's Choice poll!
It has been 27 years almost to the day (April 8, 1990) that the Indiana teenager who became internationally known when he contracted HIV/AIDS passed away. But today, his mother talked about the courage Ryan had in the face of adversity and shared a message of hope for others who may be facing a deadly disease or ridicule.
Children's Museum works to make thousands of letters public that Ryan White received during his short life.