We visited the Indiana State Museum on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January 2014. Like the NCAA Hall of Champions, this was also my first trip to this museum and I grew up in Indy! Better late than never! Our admission was free with a canned good donation due to the holiday, but on typical days, the entry fees are roughly $5 for kids and $10 for adults. We parked in a nearby parking lot and the walk was just a short distance away. The grounds in the area are beautiful and in the warmer months, you can enjoy the downtown with access to the canal walk, bike rentals and other museums nearby.
Visit the Indiana State Museum’s website HERE!
The Museum sits in the middle of White River Park in downtown Indy.
There is an amazing cafe that offers fresh foods and many options for even the pickiest of eaters.
Explore and see what you come across!
Touch, smell, listen and interact!
There’s so much to see, learn and do!
The views of the city are amazing!
Vintage and retro displays.
Remember any of these?
The swinging arms of the clock never stop. The pins are reset ever morning at 8AM. It’s intriguing to watch!
We did not get to spend as much time in this Museum as we had liked, but our visit was fun, interactive and informative. Make sure to stop in!
Get more info on White River State Park HERE!
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