When the weather outside is FRIGHTFUL, remember that the Indianapolis Children’s Museum is an absolutely DELIGHTFUL place for indoor family fun! Kids, grown-ups and, yes, even teens, are sure to find something that captures their interest in the nation’s largest children’s museum, whether it’s digging for fossils in the Dinosphere, a walk through the world of Barbie, or a ride on an old-fashioned carousel. The Power of Children: Making a Difference is a new display that chronicles the trials and triumphs of young heroes Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges and Ryan White. It’s one history lesson no one will mind studying!
The Children’s Museum is also home to one of my favorite pieces of Indianapolis art – a towering structure created from hundreds of tentacles of blown glass. Be sure to look down as well as up as you circle the colorful tower!
On Dec. 31, families can celebrate the final morning hours of 2010 at The Indianapolis Children’s Museum with activities, entertainment and a countdown to noon!
For more information on The Indianapolis Children’s Museum, visit www.childrensmuseum.org.
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