Featured Friday: Indianapolis Children’s Museum
Today’s post is about the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. This museum has free nights on the first Thursday of every month. We attended yesterday, and it was a lot of fun!
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
What Is It: A museum designed specifically for children, but enjoyable to kids of all ages. Exhibits are aimed at instructing, educating, and entertaining the young and the young at heart. Current exhibits include Take Me There: Egypt, Dora and Diego Lets Explore, Barbie The Fashion Experience, and much more. Also, a beautiful carousal and an amazing glass sculpture await you at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.
Favorite Memory: While at the museum, I had the opportunity to learn about kids who impacted history. One that stood out in my mind was Ryan White, the first child to attend school with AIDS, and Anne Frank. Both of these youngsters made a difference in the lives of others, and both met untimely deaths. It was encouraging to realize that at any age, you can be a difference in the lives of others.
Money Saving Tip: Attend the free days! The first Thursday of every month is family free night. But, you don’t have to be a family or have little children to attend. Yes it is busy, and yes it is geared toward children, but the whole museum is still open for your pleasure.
Make sure to check out the pictures!