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Mandela: The Official Exhibition
Explore the life of iconic freedom fighter and political leader Nelson Mandela.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer
Hone your ninja skills with your favorite “Heroes in a Half-Shell”—Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
Dinosphere®: Now You're in Their World
Enter the immersive world of dinosaurs, marvel at their size, and learn the real science behind this one-of-a-kind exhibit.
Carousel Wishes and Dreams
Get whisked away on a magical and historic carousel. Take a spin on this museum favorite!
Watch curiosity blossom as kids 5 and under discover new sounds, sights, and things to touch and manipulate.
Take Me There®: Greece—Closes Soon!
Discover the vibrant culture of contemporary Greece.
Fireworks of Glass
This Dale Chihuly masterpiece features over 3,200 stunning pieces of blown glass and rises five stories high.
Explore the day-to-day work of real scientists, and use science to ask questions and find answers!
Stories from Our Community
Storytelling preserves our history, traditions, and ideas. Discover the art by observing and listening.
Beyond Spaceship Earth
Take one small step into our International Space Station (ISS), and learn the day-to-day duties of an astronaut!
The Power of Children®
Ignite a passion for changing the world around you. The Power of Children shares the powerful stories of four extraordinary children: Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Malala Yousafzai.
Treasures of the Earth
Uncover the mystery of an Egyptian tomb, stand face to face with a warrior, and find treasures from the ocean!
Mini Masterpieces
Mini Masterpieces invites families to become storytellers as they imagine and talk together.
Lilly Theater
Fantasy, comedy, colorful costumes, and imaginative scenery come together in seasonal plays designed for all ages.
American POP
TV, movies, music, fashion, and more—in American POP, explore pop culture, how we shape it, and how it shapes us.
All Aboard!
Go back to 1890s Indiana where the Reuben Wells scaled the steepest railroad grade in the U.S. See it for yourself!