Our brand new, digital Guide to What's Next is jam-packed with programs, learning opportunities and celebrations happening August through October. Here are some of the many new things you'll find.
- Registration is now open for 2020 Fall Break Camps with engaging new alternatives you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.
- Early childhood programs are stepping outside to explore nature with smaller group sizes.
- Experiences at the Indiana State Museum allow you to encounter activism through art, step into the pages of author and illustrator Eric Carle's classic “Very” book series with your little ones, walk through Daniel Tiger's neighborhood, and unravel Indiana's opioid crisis through science, history, art and more.
- Our 11 state historic sites offer a unique new lineup of outdoor adventures as well! Road trip anyone? Members receive special discounts for all state historic site events which can now be purchased online in advance.
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Your support contributes to the dynamic and hands-on experiences our 12-location museum system offers. The young and young-at-heart discover Indiana’s role in the world in new and engaging ways through daily programming, special events and more. These fun and important events can't happen without you.
The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites is a non-profit, public-private partnership
Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204