About Indianapolis, IN
The “Crossroads of America”, also known as Indianapolis, has more more interstate highways intersecting than any other US city, but this metropolis has more to boast than its unique road system. Indianapolis is home to culture, car racing, and beautiful parks. On warm weather days, residents can enjoy scenic drives and White River State Parks 250-acres, but for chillier afternoons, families can visit the world’s largest children’s museum at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
What Families Love
- Low cost of living
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Explore a world of play and learning alongside your infant, toddler, or preschooler. Watch their curiosity blossom as they discover new sounds, sights, and...
Good for Play, Good for Nursing, Changing Tables, Parking, Mothers Room, Restrooms
A 61 acre park with a family center, an outdoor swimming pool, a playground, tennis courts, picnic areas, jogger path, various athletic fields, and more....
Good for Play, Good for Nursing, Parking, Indoor Play, Water Play