There are many fun things to do during this holiday season. If you are looking for something to do, you won’t have to go far. Here are some suggestions for something to do in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas.
Rejoice concert at Clowes Hall – Butler’s annual gift to the community continues in its 26th year! Hosted by the Butler Chorale and University Choir, this year’s concerts also feature the musicians of the Butler Symphony Orchestra. The combined forces perform Puccini’s exuberant “Gloria,” and other festive musical fare. – Free admission!
Jolly Days at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – Enjoy the YuleSlide, have a snow ball fight, cook in Mrs. Claus’s kitchen, or see Santa. Fun for the whole family. – Admission available on the website. Included with Membership.
Connor Prairie by Candlelight – Experience Christmas how it was celebrated in the 1800 in Connor Prairie’s Prairie Town. Also check out the Gingerbread Village and other holiday fun for the whole family. – Admission available on the website. Some events included with membership.
The Nutcracker – Get your tickets for next weekends The Nutcracker performed by the Indiana Ballet Conservatory will be at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Toby Theatre next weekend. You won’t want to miss this holiday tradition. – Tickets available on website.
Circle of Lights – Don’t forget to visit Monument Circle to take in the beautiful larger than life lighted Christmas Tree on the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis. With over 90,000 lights, you won’t want to miss this Indianapolis tradition. – Admission free!
Christmas at the Zoo – Whether you go to see the lights or the animals frolicking in the cooler weather, Christmas at the Zoo has something for everyone. Admission information available on the zoo website. Admission included with membership.
Do you know of any free or inexpensive things to do in Indianapolis coming up?