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5 Things to do in Indianapolis with Kids in June
June is here and warm summer weather here to stay for a little while! If you are googling fun things to do in Indianapolis or kid friendly things to do in Indianapolis today, we got you cover the fun things to do in Indianapolis with family in June.
Indianapolis in June is filled with amazing stuff to do and since the kids are either out of school or nearing the days when school will be out, Indianapolis is a great city to be to fill your summer with all that Indianapolis has to offer.
Things to do in Indianapolis with Kids
The popular Strawberry Festival takes place in front of Christ Church Cathedral on Monument Circle every year on the second Thursday of June. There will be a minimum of 18,000 strawberries. That’s a lot of strawberries. They have have an item called “The Works” which includes shortcake, strawberries, ice cream and whipped topping and sells for $7. Orders can also be made a la carte, with or without any of the toppings for $2 each. Entertainment begins at 10 a.m.
Spark Fishers (formerly Fishers Freedom Festival)
The Fishers Freedom Festival is now called Spark Fishers. Fishers Freedom Fest was closed last year and not Spark!Fishers is its place.
The inaugural event will to take place Friday, June 29th and Saturday, June 30th. The entire weekend promises to showcase innovation, blend entertainment with delicious food, and honor those who have and continue to make great sacrifices for our freedom. Most of the activity will be at the Municipal Complex on 116th Street and include:
– National concert at the Nickel Plate District AMP
– Family-friendly 5K walk/run
– Street Fair, filled with food and entertainment
– A community parade
– A community fireworks show to conclude the weekend celebration
– The Fishers Farmers’ Market in the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater
1 Municipal Dr., Fishers, IN
June 29-30, 11:00 am
FREE to attend
Get more information about what is happening and where to go 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.
Hendricks County Rib Fest & Avon Balloon Glow
Rib-Fest, a local tradition since 2005, features live entertainment, games for kids, lots of food, and fireworks! Local restaurants compete for “best ribs” & “best sauce” bragging rights as judged by the local tasters. On top of all that, we are having the Rib-Run and Avon Balloon Glow to add to the exciting activities planned for the evening!
So bring your chairs, blankets (don’t forget the family), and come on out to enjoy a fun time!
Kingway Christian Church – 7981 E CR 100 N, Avon, IN
No Admission Fee. $5 parking charge.
Location: Kingsway Christian Church/School, Avon
Date: June 29, 4:00 pm – 10:30pm
Indianapolis Farmer’s Market
Love the time year for the farmer’s market. There several markets happening all over Indianapolis.
Here’s the list of Indianapolis Farmers Market.
More Fun Things to do in Indianapolis with Kids
There is always something fun to do things to do in Indianapolis with kids. Don’t forget you can always check out the following places:
- Indiana State Museum
- Rhythm Discovery Center
- The Children’s Museum (Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience)
- Tuttle Orchards
- Trader’s Point Creamery
- Indianapolis Zoo
- Eiteljorg museum
- Eagle Creek Park
- Fort Harrison State Park (great for hikes and bike rides)
- The Waterpark at the Monon Center
- The Canal (great for Pokemon)
- Colts Canal Playspace (close to the Canal)
- Connor Praire
- River State Park
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