5 Must See Museums in the Indianapolis Area

Whether you have house guests coming for the winter holidays or you’re planning a family outing, the Indianapolis area has many museums offering enriching entertainment for all ages. Here are a few of our favorites.

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis: This interactive treasure house has lots of stuff that kids can touch, and features a Dinosphere, carousel, planetarium and more. In fact, it’s the largest children’s museum in the world. Plus, the popular Plan-Ahead Pricing introduced earlier this year allows you to save big when you purchase tickets at least one day in advance.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum: One of the most distinctive local attractions is the automotive museum at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which houses the Auto Racing Hall of Fame. How about taking the Kiss the Bricks tour of the famous oval where you can kiss the bricks just like the winning drivers do?

Eiteljorg Museum: American Western art is finally getting the recognition it deserves in the art world at large. If you loved it even before it was cool, you’ll enjoy a visit to one of the finest collections of art and cultural objects of the American West and Native Americans.

Rhythm! Discovery Center: Indianapolis is also home to the world’s foremost drum and percussion museum. Stop by any Saturday for community drum circles and other live performances and demonstrations.

Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens: Stroll through 26 acres of gardens and grounds, and take in the 1930s splendor of this historic house museum. It was the home of the famous Indiana businessman and philanthropist J. K. Lilly Jr.

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