Extended Hours Event for Disabled Visitors at Indy Children’s Museum

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On Tuesday May 10, 2022 the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (https://www.childrensmuseum.org/) will present their first Extended Hours Event for disabled visitors. It will run from 4 pm to 7 pm, and admission will be capped so there will be plenty of room to roll around and enjoy the wide open spaces. Admission is just $6 per person and the following exhibits will be open for the event. Continue reading

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Loaner Trackchair Now Available at Michigan National Lakeshore

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Many national parks have free loaner wheelchairs, and a few even have sand or beach wheelchairs, but as of May 2019 a loaner track chair is now available at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (https://www.nps.gov/slbe/index.htm). This unique project was made possible by the Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes, who purchased an Action Trackchair (http://actiontrackchair.com) last August, and subsequently worked with the National Park Service to implement a program that allows wheelchair-users and slow walkers to explore some of the more rugged areas of the national lakeshore. Continue reading

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Visit the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis — For Free

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childrens-museum-1The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (https://www.childrensmuseum.org) is a fun place to visit any day of the year, but it’s an especially attractive option on their four free-admission days — Fiesta Familia (September 23), Christmas Eve, Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day. Additionally, on the first Thursday of the month, admission is a very affordable $5. Continue reading

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Indianapolis Cultural Trail

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The Indianapolis Cultural Trail gets a thumbs-up for access.

The last time I visited Indianapolis, Washington Street was filled with construction workers, the JW Marriott had just broken ground, and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail was still a work in progress. This time around things were different. I stayed in the JW Marriott, the Washington Street construction is moving along, and I had a great time exploring the very accessible Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Continue reading

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