The Indiana State Museum is quickly working it’s way up towards the top of our list these days… We really enjoy its exhibits, introduction to Indiana History, and all the other things it has to offer.
We especially enjoy the exhibits that come and go like Color of Style and now AMAZED.
We went last weekend and enjoyed a day downtown that was kicked off with mind boggling mazes and beautiful labyrinths. It was a great way to start our day using logic and problem solving and a little bit of fun!
We met the maker, Dave Phillips, as he was there for opening day and his story was very cool. He’s been writing maze books since he was 20! Not only does he create mazes on paper, but he also creates corn mazes! Everything in this exhibit was created by him and he was there to watch us test our a-MAZE-ing skills…
As we ALL played, yes both myself and my husband had as much fun as the kids on this one, we moved along colorful paths and tiles to try to find our ways out!
The life-size cardboard castle is the centerpiece of this beautiful exhibit with a 14-foot-tall tower and four different tunnels…and is a favorite among the kiddos! Collect 4 stamps while you are inside and come out to find out which house you are in making it extra interactive.
I honestly can’t wait to go back because there’s so much on every wall that even though we were in this space for an hour we weren’t able to do everything!