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Sports Experience:
Opens March 17, 2018!

Museum: 10 am-5 pm

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Legends grow here.
Opens March 17, 2018 
– Tickets on sale now!

The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience combines rich sports history, physical fitness, and health education in a variety of family-fun, indoor and outdoor experiences. Run, drive, jump, putt, and play while learning how to stay happy, healthy, and safe. Meet a legendary sports character every visit, hear their story of greatness, and get coached in the drills and skills that helped them succeed. Imagine yourself in the shoes of that same sports legend, and start your story today.

With a General Admission ticket or membership, each guests can explore and discover...

  • 12 outdoor sports experiences
  • 3 indoor sports exhibits, including the National Art Museum of Sport
  • 5 floors of fun in The Children’s Museum
Two Places.
One Price.
Your ticket includes access to the museum and Sports Experience.
Additional ticket options available for Sports Experience only on select days from 5-8 p.m. Learn more >
Experience sports like never before.
Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience
Opens March 17, 2018!

Invigorating, enticing, adrenaline-pumping, and legendary—with every single step. With 12 outside sports experiences and 3 indoor exhibits encompassing physical fitness and awe-inspiring sports history, you won’t want to miss opening day of Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience.

This new model of health and fitness is a permanent addition to The Children's Museum complex, making the museum bigger and better than ever before. Watch the video for a look at what’s to come.
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; 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.