6 Exhibits to Check Out This Month with Your Access Pass
October isn’t all about pumpkin spice and haunted everything! You won’t want to miss these six exhibits this month at Access Pass attractions:
1). Virtual Programming at WonderLab
This month, check out a cool new virtual program from WonderLab. Weather, Climate, and a Big Storm happens Monday, Oct. 19, and will include a session for grades 1-3 and for grades 4–6. During the sessions, WonderLab science educators will create miniature weather phenomena and explore the differences between weather and climate. The workshop costs $10 per person for Access Pass members and includes hands-on activities that kids can do at their own pace after the session.
2). From the Vault at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
The From the Vault exhibit brings out some of the museum’s rarest and most significant pieces for visitors to enjoy. The exhibit will include rare race cars, other automobiles, trophies, artwork, and other racing artifacts, including the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM and 1906 FIAT.
3). Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience®
There is still time to play at the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience® at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Test your sports skills at one of the exciting outdoor exhibits, including football, soccer, hockey, tennis, baseball, and more. You can also drive a pedal race car and putt away at the golf course.
4). Vibrant Line: Works on Paper by Tanaka, Shinoda and Tawara at Newfields
Experience the ink on paper works from three distinctive modern Japanese artists at Newfields’ Vibrant Line: Works on Paper by Tanaka, Shinoda and Tawara. This exhibit runs through Nov. 29 and features photo realistic etchings of old rural Japan, calligraphy influenced by abstract expressionism, and more.
5). Tree House at Terre Haute Children’s Museum
Image courtesy of Terre Haute Children's Museum
Get a bird’s-eye view of the entire museum from your roost in the Terre Haute Children’s Museum Tree House. Once you’ve made the climb to the top, it’s an adventure on the way down through the twisty tunnel slide. Inside the tree house you can pollenate flowers using the cool pollen shooters and learn fun facts.
6). Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: A Grr-ific Exhibit at the Indiana State Museum
Join Daniel Tiger and his friends at Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: A Grr-ific exhibit. During your visit, you can explore the neighborhood, learning about friendship, developing your imaginations, and solving problems. Pretend you’re one of the characters and jump on the stage to act out your favorite episodes, play some cool new instruments, and leave a thank-you note at the Thank You Tree. The exhibit runs through Jan. 3, 2021.
As always, Access Pass members can get into any of these attractions for just $2 per person, per visit. If you’re not already enrolled, check out the Access Pass website for more information on qualifying for and enrolling in the program.