Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™
May 9–Aug 16, 2015
Speed, power, performance . . . buckle up and race with the most famous toy vehicles on the planet—Hot Wheels! Be part of a dynamic race team working together to build and test the world’s fastest (and safest) speed machines, using Hot Wheels® diecast cars to experiment and play. This behind-the-scenes look at the thrilling world of racing investigates the scientific process for designing super-fast cars. Hands-on experiences, authentic race gear, and captivating memorabilia will engage families in the process of experimenting with speed, power, and performance using Hot Wheels cars and track as the their tools.
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Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer
Sept. 26, 2015–April 10, 2016
Experience the first-ever museum exhibit featuring the four heroic ninjas-in-training—Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Leap to the rescue and learn teamwork, collaboration, and problem-solving as you work your way through puzzles, mazes, and obstacles. Explore their sewer-like lair, where good guys win and bad guys lose! Since 1984, these four iconic brothers have rocked it with their talent and teamwork, inspiring generations. Now families can now join these pizza-eating, crime-fighting “Heroes in a Half-Shell” to hone their ninja skills and problem-solving intellects while learning the secrets of the sewer! Nickelodeon’s CG-animated series breathes new life into the popular characters and now families will be able to join the team.
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National Geographic Sacred Journeys
Aug. 29, 2015–Jan. 31, 2016
Each year, more than 330 million people around the world journey to a sacred place. Through awe-inspiring immersive environments created with photography from National Geographic, families will be able to observe, discuss, and begin to understand some of the sacred journeys made by people to places such as the Western Wall and Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, the Great Mosque in Mecca, the Ganges River in India, Uluru in the Australian outback, and more. Artifacts from a variety of faith traditions will enrich the experience.
Produced by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis in collaboration with the National Geographic Society, the exhibit is made possible by a generous grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc.