Thursday, January 24, 2013

Fun times in Indianapolis

Everyone knows the Indy 500, but there’s more to Indianapolis than watching expensive racing cars on the track at Memorial Day Weekend. If you’re wanting to plan a fun filled family visit to Indianapolis, charter a coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus from Charter Bus Indianapolis. Renting a charter bus allows you to give the family your full attention, while letting someone else do the driving.
Start your visit with a charter bus stop at the Indianapolis Art Center. Started in 1934, the Indianapolis Art Center is a not for profit community arts organization that strives to make art accessible to all. Situation on a 12 acre site bordered by the White River, the Indianapolis Art Center combines both art and the outdoors in one beautiful collage. Offering classes in woodworking, ceramics, painting and other mediums, families can learn art while taking home something fun. 
Learning is fun at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. This huge, five-storey learning playground is a short charter bus ride away in Meridian Street. The largest Children’s Museum in the world, over a million children and their parents visit every year to enjoy interactive exhibits on science, history, art and culture. A visitor favorite is the Dinosphere, featuring life-size, roaring dinosaur skeletons and simulated fossil digs. Visitors can also catch a show at the Lilly Theater, or ride the fully-restored, fully-rideable antique carousel.
Just a few minutes charter bus ride away from Indianapolis’ downtown is scenic Eagle Creek Park, where you will find Go Ape. This unique and highly interactive treetop adventure is fun for the whole family. Featuring canopy walks, rope ladders, net bridges, trapezes, Tarzan swings and zip lines, Go Ape takes you high above the ground for an unforgettable experience. The course is made up of five individual sections, each taking you higher into the forest canopy and finishing with a zip line more exciting than the previous one. There are 38 crossings and obstacles, and the zip lines give you a view of Eagle Creek Reservoir.
Experience life on the prairie as it was back in 1836 with a visit to Connor Prairie. Located a 25 minute charter bus ride north of Indianapolis, Connor Prairie is an interactive, living museum, depicting life in a prairie town in the early 19th century. Visitors will take a step back in time, immersing themselves in the life of the town, meeting the townspeople, taking lessons in the schoolhouse, earning some wages by helping with chores, and spending their earnings at the store. 
Allow Charter Bus Indianapolis to help you plan your next fun filled family vacation with our fleet of charter buses that can cater to any size family group, and friendly, personalized service.

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