The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is Closed | CORONAVIRUS

Now that many children are out of school due to social distancing to halt the spread of the Coronavirus, you may not be able to visit all of your favorite Indy family fun attractions.

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will close temporarily as a precautionary measure from Saturday, March 14, through Saturday, March 28, 2020, based on Governor Holcomb’s request to limit gatherings to 250 people or less. The museum will re-evaluate the situation during the next two weeks and issue an update on or before March 28, 2020.

The Children’s Museum is among thousands of other local events and venues that are closed or canceled due to the Coronavirus.

Governor Holcomb mandated that, non-essential gatherings must be limited to no more than 250 people. This includes any event or gathering of people who are in one room or a single space at the same time, such as cafeterias, churches, stadiums, meeting and conference rooms, auditoriums and the like. This guidance applies to professional, social, community and similar other gatherings.

We all know that The Children’s Museum knows how to pack the house, especially as Spring Break begins across the nation this week and continues on through April. This means that they will not be able to open their doors for admission.

To find things to do with kids during the Coronavirus, check out our list of nature fun. Also, we’ll have a whole bunch of ideas of things to do at home for the coming weeks of social distancing.

 

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