It had been several years since my last visit to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, but I recently had the opportunity to visit this old friend again. While some exhibits were essentially the same (such as the famous water clock, carousel, and race car), many changes and additions had been made. The lowest level has a giant transformer that even a 50-something women thought was VERY cool, and that's really not my thing. More prehistoric exhibits have been added on top of the incredible Dinosphere. The museum website has a floor by floor layout of exhibits; this information is also included in the booklet given to visitors, and it also includes the location of vital information such as restrooms and elevators. The food court has also been expanded, and even includes a Starbucks.
I was not the only adult sans children visiting the museum, either. I noticed several groups of adults enjoying the museum as much as families with kids. The child inside of you never really goes away, and the Children's Museum of Indianapolis truly is a world-class attraction that has something for the child in everyone.