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Indianapolis: 3-Day Indy Attraction Pass

1. Indianapolis: 3-Day Indy Attraction Pass

Enjoy a wide variety of Indianapolis attractions with the multi-day Indy Attraction Pass. Spend a day conquering White River State Park, a morning at the Children's Museum, or an afternoon at Conner Prairie. All passes are delivered to your phone for safe, convenient mobile entry. Indy's unique collection of attractions offers a variety of experiences for all ages and interests. With so much to see, why limit yourself to one? The Indy Attraction Pass lets you maximize your experience at a budget-friendly price. Visit as many attractions as you like during normal operating hours until your time runs out. The clock starts when you use your card at the first attraction. You'll have the flexibility and the freedom to spend as much, or as little, time at each destination. How it works: Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately. There is no app to download. Your pass can even be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access. When visiting a participating business, simply present your phone to the attendant or staff member to redeem available discounts. With your Indy Attraction Pass, you can enjoy the following Indianapolis highlights: • The Children's Museum of Indianapolis• Conner Prairie• Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art • Indiana Historical Society• Indiana State Museum • Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum• Indianapolis Zoo • Newfields: A Place for Nature and the Arts

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What people are saying about Indiana

Loved the Conner Prairie Pioneer Village - could spend all day there. Many, many pioneer homes, Indian village, Civil War area, treehouse, playground, craft and construction toy area, and hot air balloon rides. The Indiana State Museum was especially interesting, with interactive displays that my 7 year old granddaughter really enjoyed. She also loved the Barbie section at the Children's Museum. Eiteljorg Museum had a small but very nice children's area on the lower level, with beautiful artwork on the main level. We visited the zoo also, got the all day ride pass, rode the train, carrousel and roller coaster, and fed the flamingoes. The White River Park is beautiful. We took a path from the zoo to get to the other museums in the park, saving a bunch on parking fees. If you go to the Eiteljorg Museum, you can get a pass for free parking in the White River Park garage. Looking forward to going back.

I had a great time with my kids they enjoyed everything. This was my first time going anywhere and I can’t wait to go back again.