What’s Open During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Note from Indy with Kids: A slow reopening plan has been put in place by the Governor of Indiana to slow the spread of COVID 19/Coronavirus by social isolation and distancing. Exercise caution and know all of the rules and requirements set for each place you plan on visiting.

Open During Coronavirus


Indoor Places to Play and Things to Do with Kids

It will probably be a while until we see all of our favorite indoor playgrounds re-open, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of fun places to go!

Tie Dye Lab

Make an appointment to visit the Tie Dye Lab and create your own wearable art.

Drive-In Movie Theaters

Tibbs Drive-in Theater is now open on weekends.

Skyline Drive-in Theater in Shelbyville is open.

Canary Creek Drive-in is open in Franklin.

Parks & Playgrounds

Parks, but do not use the playgrounds/toys until phase 4. Instead, enjoy a hike, fly a kite, go bird watching or lay on the grass and stare at clouds.

Bike trails. Time to dust your bikes off and hit a trail. Find the road less traveled and maintain distance from others.

Art parks and art trails are a great place to visit, but stay away from others and don’t touch the art!


Many restaurants offer take-out options and patio dining at this time, but dining in the restaurant may be prohibited.


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