|This is the "Twin Mill" and it was a beauty!|
We also visited the Lego Travel Adventure where we built our own Lego travel vehicle in a competition against other teams, played in a huge cock-pit of Lego vehicle and saw different Lego artworks from the past.
Dinosphere was really cool too. The boys were fascinated by the displays and kept asking me if dinosaurs were really real and if the bones on display were real. Good thing for me, the Children's Museum actually had specialists on hand showing fossils and answering questions. What a relief.
There were many other displays that we visited, but these were their favorites. If you have children and come to Indianapolis, I encourage you to make this one of your stops. Your kids will love it!
According to their web-site, "We (the Indianapolis Children's Museum) pride ourselves on being a top tourist attraction for family vacations. So if you're planning a Midwest vacation this summer, make sure The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is on your list!"