Save big during evening hours!
4–7 p.m. in the sports experience (see dates below)
Be the MVP when you SAVE with Evening-Only tickets in the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience®!
Evening-only tickets provide access to all 12 outdoor sports experiences, and the three indoor sports exhibits—The World of Sport, the National Art Museum of Sport, and Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ (with Hot Wheels opening May 18). Conquer each and every sport you want—and have a ball doing it all!
Evening-only tickets are subject to Plan-Ahead Pricing, so if you buy in advance you’ll save EVEN more!
Choose Your Day
Choose Your Tickets
Would you like to upgrade your experience?
March 16-May 24, 2019
Thurs.–Sat. 4 p.m.–7 p.m.
May 25–Sept. 2, 2019
Daily 4 p.m.–7 p.m.
Sept. 3–Nov. 3, 2019
Thurs.–Sat. 4 p.m.–7 p.m.
- Check out the pricing calendar located on this page.
- Navigate to the month and day you’d like to visit.
- Scroll to the “Sports Legends Evening” ticket section and enter the amount of tickets you need for your visit
- Click the “Buy Tickets” button
Grab your family and friends and get ready to have the best PLAY ever, for less!
Already have a membership or General Admission tickets? You’re in luck— Sports Legends Evening hours are already included in both for days that have evening hours available. See the hours listed above!
The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience is made possible through lead gift support from The Enid Goodrich Educational Initiatives Fund; Riley Children’s at Indiana University Health; The Herbert Simon Family Foundation/Pacers Foundation/The Herbert and Bui Simon Foundation; Old National Bank; Lilly Endowment Inc.; Efroymson Family Fund; Henry and Christine Camferdam; The Children’s Museum Guild; Elizabeth Bracken Wiese and J. Frederic Wiese Jr.; Indianapolis Colts; NCAA; Ice Miller LLP; Dr. and Mrs. George Rapp, Dr. and Mrs. John Rapp, and Mr. James and Dr. Patricia Rapp; White Oak Foundation (John and Sarah Lechleiter); Church Brothers Collision Repair; Central Indiana Honda Dealers; The LeRoy Neiman and Janet Byrne Neiman Foundation, Inc.; Jane and Steve Marmon; Gina and Jim Bremner Family; Indy Fuel; Subway; Sodexo; The Saturday Evening Post Society; National Art Museum of Sport; Kohler Co.; Katharine and Richard Kruse; Indianapolis Motor Speedway/Hulman George Family; Hans and Nila Steck; Indianapolis Indians; Boris and Marian Meditch; The Aletto Family; Seymour and Rheta Holt; Fern Roesch; Pepsi; Susan and Steve Haines; Dorothea and Philip Genetos; Sterrett Family Foundation; Shiel Sexton Company, Inc.; Randy and Janet Belden; Bruce and Jamie McCaw; Lewis/Stitle Families; Nicholas H. Noyes Jr. Memorial Foundation; Lacy Foundation; Jamie Merisotis and Colleen O'Brien; John and Kathy Ackerman; Caltrider Family; Susie and Jack Sogard; John H. Holliday; Donna Deer; The Pheffer Family; Mr. and Mrs. Barton L. Kaufman; Elizabeth and Chris Cooke Family; Mike and Kristin Sherman; Zender Family; Capital Group; Amanda and Jason Leet; The Jeffrey M. Hagerman Family; Jeffrey H. Patchen; Kathy and Don Dunbar; Mark and Jill Boyce; Emmis Communications; Jerry L. and Barbara J. Burris Foundation; Lisa and Scott Kraege; Sonja and Ezra Burdix; RJE Business Interiors; Maria Quintana; The David and Jane Held Family; Andrew and Karin Held Family; The Paula and Glenn Bloyd Family; USTA; Carol Carlson; Rachel and Andrew Lechleiter; Allison and Dan Lechleiter; Greg and Sara Morris; Sally and Jim Schacht; and Mr. and Mrs. William Weaver.