The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is excited to welcome Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient, as the fourth child highlighted in The Power of Children: Making a Difference exhibit.
There are lots of options for taking in the beauty of fall in Indianapolis. From serene parks to attractions that incorporate the outdoors, you need to take advantage of the seasonal change with this guide to the best locations for leaf watching.
Indy is launching what’s called the Indy Attraction Pass. With a click of a button, you can buy one pass to get you into eight of Indy’s top cultural attractions for one discounted rate. The only decision left to make is whether or not you have one-day or three-days to explore the Circle City.
Irvington is home to the nation’s oldest and largest Halloween festival, which brings together tens of thousands of residents, neighborhood organizations, and businesses. The annual festival – now in its 74th year – typically includes a week’s worth of events. 2020 is no different.
Indianapolis' soccer team, The Indy Eleven are playing a portion of their season this year, and despite being the first sports team with spectators, they're handling health and safety like seasoned professionals.
The Indiana Historical Society's Festival of Trees in downtown Indy is a holiday favorite for Hoosiers and visitors alike. With close to 100 beautifully decorated trees and family-friendly activities, it's no wonder why.