12 Family Nights Out in July in Indianapolis | Many Free & Cheap

Looking for some family night out ideas this month? Look no further. We’ve put together a list to help make planning a little easier for you. Check out our calendar for even more events around the greater Indianapolis area too. Share pics from your family night out with the hashtag #PLAYindy.


Kick off your July with a free Fishers Summer Concert at Nickel Plate District Amphitheater on July 2. – FREE


Check out the fun programs offered at your local library. There are so many to choose from this month including Playing with Robots at Carmel Clay library, Lego League in Noblesville, Animal Show with Silly Safaris at IPL College Avenue Branch, Teen Zine Making at IPL Lawrence Branch, Bingo Thursdays in Avon, and Preschool Storytime in Greenwood.


Venture over to the Indiana State Museum for their Canal Night – create patriotic crafts and learn about the Declaration of Independence on July 3. – FREE


Celebrate the Fourth with baseball and fireworks at Victory Field at the Indianapolis Indians game on July 4.


Swim the night away at Goldfish Swim School – Fishers Family Night Out on July 5.


Bring your lawn chairs or blankets for a special meet up around the Cool Creek campfire on July 10.


Solve puzzles and codes to escape your cabin at Conner Prairie’s Escape the Prairie event on July 11.


Venture out to Newfield’s Outdoor Summer Movie event and enjoy a night of watching Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on July 13.


Pre-register for s’mores and a night hike at Holliday Park on July 19.


Watch world-class ice skaters and acrobats perform at Crystal: Cirque du Soleil on July 28.


End your July with live music at Carmel’s Summer Concerts at The Gazebo on July 31. – FREE


Pre-register for your little ones for the Power of Produce (POP) Kids Club at Brownsburg Farmers Market for a night filled with educational games and exposure to new fruits and vegetables.


Go for an evening picnic at one of our Amazing Spots to Picnic with Kids during National Picnic Month.

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