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I may currently be far from Indy since I’m working out in Maine this summer, but I’m excited to share a little snippet from a post about life back in Indy! Check out this clip from the RedFin blog!
When moving to a new city, it’s also important to find something fun and educational for the kids to do. A visit to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis in the Historic Meridian Park neighborhood checks both boxes. The museum offers indoor and outdoor exhibits ranging from science and art to Scooby-Doo and Barbie. “The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is one of my favorite parts of living in Indy,” says Indianapolis local Kelsee B Hankins. “Not only is it the world’s largest children’s museum, but they are also incredibly open and giving to the community. They offer evening events for families and some adult-only evening events for the big kids who love to visit the museum without kids. It’s a place perfect for enjoying with visiting friends or family, or just to enjoy a day of fun no matter how old you are.”
Click here to check out the whole post and learn more of the fun tips offered up by other Indy residents!