The Children's Museum of Indianapolis was founded in 1925 through the stewardship and inspiration of Mary Stewart Carey (1859–1938), a citizen of Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Children's Museum is the world's largest children's museum, just got even bigger with a new outdoor health and fitness area of 7.5 acres. It creates extraordinary learning experiences across the arts, sciences, and humanities. The Indianapolis Children's Museum is 472,900 square feet with 120,000 displays and programs, which are fun and exciting for the whole family as they investigate the physical and natural sciences. The museum offers unlimited year-round access, free Carousel rides, advance tickets to events, discounts, exclusive membership hours. It welcomes more than 1 million visitors a year. You can visit the museum and enjoy outdoor dining options. The Indianapolis Children's Museum affords free admission for visitors under two years old.
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