The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

Jun 1, 2012 at 4:33 a.m. ET

Outside the Children’s Museum, a curious brachiosaur pokes his head through the roof, signaling there’s something intriguing happening inside. Find out what it is and get ready to spend an action-packed day that family members of every age will enjoy.

Children's museum Indianapolis

Children's Museum, Indianapolis

You'll need more than just one day to explore and play at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the world's largest children's museum. Children of all ages and the young at heart will have fun learning about natural science, physical science, history and technology at this interactive museum.

Build your own vehicle and learn about travel at the Lego Travel Adventure. Climb the rock wall, learn about the body and explore technology at the Science Center. Join an archaeological dig in the Treasures of the Earth exhibit or ride the carousel at the Carousel Wishes and Dreams exhibit.

Learn about the region, nation and world as you explore the different themed exhibits. Will it be a trip to China, Egypt or something reminiscent of your own backyard? No matter where the Children's Museum takes you, you are sure to learn something new and exciting.

Not only will you travel the globe, but you'll also travel through time. In the Dinosphere exhibit, travel back in time millions of years to the Cretaceous period when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Learn how the present has been shaped by children's actions in the past in The Power of Children: Making a Difference. Children will feel empowered after visiting this exhibit featuring the stories of children who changed the world.

A visit to the Children's Museum is one non-stop adventure for the entire family. Age-specific areas will help your children of all ages find something expressly tailored to their educational levels.

More about the Children's Museum

Location: 3000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Phone: 317-334-4000

Websitewww.childrensmuseum.org

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