Happy April! If you are in or around the city this time of year here are 5 must do things in Indianapolis in April with your family. We are excited that Spring is here. Spring in Indianapolis is the beginning of all things fun outdoors Indianapolis and getting out of the house to enjoy what Indianapolis has to offer.
Indianapolis in April
Lemonade Day is kicking off starting in April with Lemonpalooza. Enjoy Indianapolis downtown at the Monument Circle and enjoy all things lemonade from The Garden Table and Wyliepalooza Ice Cream Emporium. Listen to great music and learn about becoming a DJ from Deckademics. Meet local community leaders and personalities. Also register for Lemonade Day on May 20 at the Handle Bar Hot Lap.
April 28, 11 – 2 p.m. More event details here.
Indianapolis Indians Game
America’s favorite past time has started back up this season. Check out the Indianapolis Indians at Victory field. There are several home games during the weekend (Friday through Sunday) this month. Join the Knot Holes Kids Club if you haven’t already. The Knot Hole Kids Club is open to children 14 and under for a one-time fee of $17. Also, kids eat free on Sundays if you aren’t up for cooking.
Check out this month’s schedule here.
Get outdoors and walk around. Welcome Spring with the Canal Awakens. Walk the Canal and check out many of the businesses that are located along the 2-mile stretch of water. Grab the family and your passport from the Downtown Indy, Inc. tent located at the Walnut Street Basin. Visit all participating locations and return your passport to the Downtown Indy, Inc. tent to be entered in giveaways. Enjoy food and music and family time.
The Children’s Museum
The Children’s Museum has a new exhibit – the Circus. Check out this exhibit as well as their other exhibits such as their space and dinosaur. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is implementing a new pricing structure starting March 13 that offers more affordable options and a wider range of lower-priced days. Plan-Ahead Pricing means that families who buy their tickets in advance can save up to 65 % on their museum visit. Prices will range from $12 – $35.
Bring family out and check out Indiana ComicCon. Indiana Comic Con is a comic book conventioncelebrate all things fantasy, sci-fi, comic book and pop culture with a sea of impressively homemade costumes, panel discussions, events and tons of celebrity guests. Indiana Comic Con is Indianapolis’ largest, true comic con. Featured are exhibitors that cater to a wide-spectrum of interests including comic books, magazines, toys, games, Star Wars, Star Trek, anime, manga, cosplay, artwork, sketches and apparel. As admission is kept reasonable for adults and FREE for children, the Indiana Comic Con is a family-friendly convention.
12 p.m.-12 a.m. April 14, 9 a.m.-12 a.m. April 15 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 16, Indianapolis Convention Center, 100 S. Capitol Ave., Get more details here.