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  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway & Hall of Fame Museum Indianapolis MotorSpeedway and Hall of Fame Museum
    Is a must see when you are visiting Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway & Hall of Fame Museum is located five miles from downtown Indianapolis.  Also located on the grounds of the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is recognized as one of the most prestigious museums in the world devoted to automobiles and auto racing. In 1987, the museum along with the Speedway grounds were honored as  a National Historic Landmark. When you visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway be sure to experience the bus tour around the historic 2.5 mile oval Speedway.  If you happen to be visiting during May, along with an estimated 250,000 additional visitors during the month of the annual Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.  The Hall of Fame Museum is open year round except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.  Showcased in The Hall of Fame Museum are approximately 75 vehicles on display at all times, along with equipment & methods used for timing and scoring the Indianapolis 500 from the first race to the 21st century.  Visitors have the opportunity to see the extensive trophy collection including the famous Borg-Warner Trophy which honors the winner of each Indianapolis 500, additional auto racing trophies, and awards & honors from around the world.  Complete your visit to The Hall of Fame Museum and experience first hand the Indianapolis 500 in the 48-seat Tony Hulman Theater, showing a twenty-minute presentation of rare, historic footage and Indianapolis 500 highlights.   The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to the Brickyard 400, Red Bull Indianapolis GP and the Indianapolis 500.  If racing is your passion, you won't want to miss a trip to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum.

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  • Children's Museum of Indianapolis    Indianapolis Childrens Museum
    On your visit to Indianapolis, this top attraction welcomes visitors of all ages... The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is one Indiana's most visited attractions.  The Children's Museum is the largest in the United States featuring more than 110,000 artifacts.  Most of the exhibits are interactive & hands on.  The Children's Museum has something for everyone especially for any  dinosaur lovers in the group, be sure you visit the Dinosphere exhibit here visitors can immerse themselves in everything dinosaur....  Here you will enter their world, seeing a world-class collection of real dinosaur fossils in natural, exciting settings.  These amazing exhibits reflect the life of the dinosaur more than 65 million years ago. Kids of all ages will enjoy the fun dinosaur dig, a question lab full of in depth dinosaur information, a functioning paleontology lab and an art gallery displaying pieces of art from one of the finest collection of dinosaur art in the nation.  Another popular attraction at the Children's Museum is the Space Quest Planetarium.  Visitors can enjoy the spacious 130-seat theater featuring a DigiStar full dome projection system along with a state-of-the-art sound system.  Providing visitors an impressive experience sure to dazzle everyone.   Highlights of the Children's Museum include; Fireworks of Glass- features one of the largest, permanent sculptures of blown glass by the famous artist Dale Chihuly.  This massive glass structure is 43-foot tall tower rises above a glass ceiling.  This glass structure is like nothing you have ever seen before.... Visitors can also learn how glass blowers create these fantastic works of art.   Also located on the Lower Lever is the All Aboard exhibit- all the kids will enjoy this one.... this exhibit is designed to take visitors back in time to the Age of Steam.  Visitors of all ages will enjoy remembering their own experiences with full size & toy trains alike.  The highlight of the exhibit is a 35-foot long, 55-ton steam engine that was designed by Ruben Wells in 1868.  Located on the Second Level of the Museum is the newest permanent exhibit Take Me There: Egypt- here visitors can see & learn about modern Egyptian life through a variety of hands-on activities & family learning opportunities.  The Third Level features Playscape- this is designed for preschooler's and their parents to play in this special area.  Story Avenue- is a fun exhibit where children participate in an interactive & educational exhibit through storytelling.  And located on the Fourth Level; The Carousel Wishes and Dreams-is the largest gallery in the Museum here families will enjoy being together and exploring the fun, interactive exhibits and don't forget to ride the Carousel !!!!!  Additional exhibits include Science Works, Health House, Science Port and Biotech Learning Center.   When you visit The Children's Museum plan on spending the entire day there is much to see and discover....

January 11, 2011