The AAM accredited Automobile Museum features over 120 cars on exhibit—everything from classic to Indiana-built cars. Explore racing and engineering-themed exhibits and more.
East RegionTEL - 260-925-1444
The AAM accredited David Owsley Museum of Art holds ancient through modern; African, Asian, Pacific, and American; and decorative arts. View the museum’s virtual resources.
MuncieVIRTUALTEL - 765-285-5242
Learn about the farm, baby animals, zoo careers, and more on a trip to the AZA accredited Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo. Enjoy its virtual, Zoo-to-You program.
Fort WayneVIRTUALTEL - 260-427-6800
The AAM accredited Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society hosts a variety of year-round, steam-powered vintage passenger excursions. Explore virtually via the society’s videos.
New HavenVIRTUALTEL - 260-493-0765
Hayes Arboretum, certified by Nature Explore, features 466 acres of woodlands, meadows, swamps, and streams. Outdoor programs provide hands-on learning experiences.
RichmondTEL - 765-962-3745
The Jeeninga Museum at Anderson University holds artifacts of the Ancient Near East, including the Egyptian, Roman, Greek, Babylonian, Assyrian and Israelite periods.
East RegionTEL - 765-641-4428
Kokomo-Howard Library offers cutting-edge STEM trips, family literacy, and more. The Russianville branch is Nature Explore certified. View their virtual story time and programs.
RussianvilleVIRTUALTEL - 765-457-3242
At Science Central, explore exhibits on magnets, sound, light, optical illusions, live animals, and more! Topics include sound, minerals, matter, electricity, weather, STEM and more. Experience exciting, educational demos and hands-on workshops
Fort WayneTEL - 260-424-2400
Operated by the Howard County Historical Society and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Sieberling Mansion is an example of Victorian elegance. Take a virtual tour.
KokomoVIRTUALTEL - 765-452-4314
The Anderson Museum of Art features a hands-on gallery for children. In addition to the elements and principles of art, programs focus on literacy and culture.
East RegionTEL - 765-649-1248