The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
At 472,900 square feet spread over five floors, this is the world's largest children's museum. Most of the exhibits are interactive, designed to include participation from the entire family. Unlike other museums where docents reprimand you every time you get too close to a display, the Children's Museum of Indianapolis not only encourages kids to get up close but also to touch the exhibits. Some of their most popular displays are the Broad Ripple Park Carousel and the Cretaceous Dinosaur simulated habitat.