- TripBuzz found 124 things to do with kids in or near Indianapolis, Indiana, including 97 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Carmel, Greenwood, Noblesville and Plainfield.
- From Victory Field - Indianapolis Indians to Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis area offers 71 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Gardens, Movie Theaters and Sports Stadiums (Professional).
- Indiana's capital city of Indianapolis is a thriving business, commercial and residential landscape and is the twelfth largest city in the country. Most famous for it's role in the racing industry, being home to the Indianapolis 500 and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, it also offers a wide selection of tourist attractions. From multiple museums to performance art venues, the city also features many city parks and a scenic skyline.
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501 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225 MoreLess Info
Home to the Indianapolis Indians, the minor league Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team, Victory Field brings the best of a major league game to a minor league stadium. Consistently ranked one of the best minor league ballparks in the country, the park is located in Indianapolis' White River State Park. Tours of th…
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3000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 MoreLess Info
Ranked one of the best museums in the country, let alone one of the best children's museums, the Children's Museum of Indianapolis was founded in 1925. The 29-acre facility features nearly 500,000 square feet of interactive space for families to explore science, hsitory, art and more, including NASA-designed sp…
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500 South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46225 MoreLess Info
Home to the Indianapolis Colts NFL team, Lucas Oil Stadium accommodates more than 67,000 fans with views of the city from the retractable roof. Not only has the stadium hosted a Super Bowl, it has hosted the NCAA's Final Four. Ninety-minute tours through the stadium, locker room, press box, and other behind-the…
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, previously known as Conseco Fieldhouse, is the home of the Indiana Pacers of the NBA and the Indiana Fever of the WNBA. The location also hosts a variety of concerts and other events for non-basketball fans to enjoy throughout the year.
Since 1988, the Indianapolis Zoo in White River State Park is the first zoo accredited as the first zoo, aquarium and botanic garden. Originally opened in 1964, the zoo spans 64 acres and houses 1,400 animals and 31,000 plants. Animal exhibits include Oceans, Deserts, Forests, Plains, and Flights of Fancy aviar…
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3850 Depauw Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46268 MoreLess Info
Caribbean Cove Indoor Water Park has two body water slides, a flume tube slide, a plunge pool, a sports activity pool, a 700 gallon tipping water bucket, and a spa. The park also offers an arcade and a lounge area, along with a pizzeria.
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Indianapolis, IN MoreLess Info
Standing over 284 feet in height, the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum - Soldiers & Sailors Monument is a true local landmark and renowned memorial. The monument honors Indiana residents who served in American wars.
Indianapolis' jewel is its White River State Park. You'll find the crème of the crème, including the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Eiteljorg Museum, the Indianapolis Zoo, the Indianapolis Indians, and the NCAA Hall of Champions. The park is filled with permanent art sculptures that can be viewed as…
The Hinkle Fieldhouse has been in the top sports arenas of the United States for over half a century and has been a historical landmark for over thirty years. Originally named the Butler Fieldhouse, it was renamed Hinkle in honor of Butler's legendary coach Paul D. Hinkle.
Located in White River State Park, downtown's Indiana State Museum houses exhibits from prehistoric times to the present. In addition to the collections, artifacts, and exhibits, the museum is also available for hosting private events.