The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

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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. After visiting the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Carey was determined to create a similar museum for Indianapolis. With the help of several civic-minded women and contributions from children in nearby neighborhoods, the museum sprang to life. Over the course of 95 years, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has grown in size and stature to become the biggest and best children’s museum in the world.

Phone1 (317) 334-4000

Fall Creek Corridor

Approximate location on a geospatial gridEast Indy
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Located just northeast of Downtown Indianapolis, the Fall Creek Corridor offers a blend of urban convenience, outdoor recreation, and a strong sense of community. Home to many historic homes and buildings in a mix of architectural styles, including Victorian-era houses and early 20th-century bungalows, the neighborhoods of Fall Creek also boast many popular green spaces, including the Fall Creek Trail and historic Crown Hill Cemetery, as well as cultural attractions like the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.

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