What do DaMarcus Beasley, Tamika Catchings, Hank Aaron, Peanut Johnson, Toni Stone, Pete and Alice Dye, A.J. Foyt, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby “Slick” Leonard, Reggie Miller, Oscar Robertson, Wilma Rudolph, Reggie Wayne and Barbara Wynne all have in common?
A rare total solar eclipse occurs August 21, 2017, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is a perfect place for families and children to view it together while science educators explain the phenomenon of the moon moving across the sun, which creates a nighttime experience in the middle of the afternoon.
The Children's Museum, in partnership with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, is creating the NCAA Sports Legends Training Facility, which will be part of the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is proud to announce the nationwide winners of the prestigious Power of Children Award.
‘Round and ‘round the carousel critters go...when they’ll stop no one knows. By the sounds of the giggles punctuating the music of the Wurlitzer organ, it’s clear no one wants the magical moment to stop.
It was green flag, touchdown, goal, hole-in-one, homerun, game, set, and match for the Legends in the Making Preseason Party.
Down, set, hike! Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience is our largest expansion in 40 years, and we are ready to celebrate.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis fondly remembers Burks, who passed away on Monday, June 19, 2017, at the age of 95.
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.