Rhythm! Discovery Center
Indianapolis IN 46204
- Mon: 10am-5pm
- Wed: 10am-5pm
- Thu: 10am-5pm
- Fri: 10am-5pm
- Sat: 10am-5pm
- Sun: 12pm-5pm
The Rhythm! Discovery Center is an interactive percussion museum in downtown Indianapolis. The 15,000-square-foot center has more than 100 interactive exhibits and hands-on activities for children. The museum focuses on music and rhythm to educate visitors about different cultures.
Best and worst time to go to the Rhythm! Discovery Center
One of the best times to visit the Rhythm! Discovery Center is later in the day and closer to closing time because it is less crowded. One of the worst times to visit the center is on weekends because of the crowds.
Must see/do at the Rhythm! Discovery Center
One of the most popular attractions at the Rhythm! Discovery Center is the Interactive Area. Visitors can play a variety of percussion instruments including drums and xylophones. The DRUMset: Driving the Beat of American Music is another popular attraction that has actual instruments from famous bands. You also do not want to miss the Instrument Origins: Wood, Skin, Metal exhibit that lets you play with sound waves.
Admission to the Rhythm! Discovery Center
Admission for adults is in the $10 range. Admission for children is in the $5 to $10 range. Children who have a valid student ID can get a discount on admission.
Parking and public transportation to the Rhythm! Discovery Center
Parking is available at lots in the downtown area. The Rhythm! Discovery Center is also close to the Circle Centre Mall parking garage. It is recommended that you drive to the museum because it is more convenient.
Food at the Rhythm! Discovery Center
Food is not available at the Rhythm! Discovery Center.
Insider tip for visitors to the Rhythm! Discovery Center
Parents who want to enjoy the center but are worried about the noise can ask for free ear plugs.
Author's bio: Lana Bandoim is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Indianapolis. Her work has been published on websites ranging from Examiner to Technorati.