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The International Orangutan Center is a new exhibit at the Indianapolis Zoo that offers an in-depth look into orangutans, one of the world's most endangered species. Explore one of the biggest groups of orangutans in America and interact with the friendly creatures through the interactive kiosks offered. The Center is specifically designed to meet the needs of the orangutans, both socially and intellectually, and strives to shed light on these animals' plight. Come face-to-face with an orangutan and watch as they swing from branch to branch high above your head. It's a whole new experience that will be thrilling for people of all ages.The Orangutan Center is included with zoo admission.
White River State Park welcomes you to sample its myriad delights. Located in the heart of the city, this enormous park beckons you to visit its premises and learn more about mother nature. It houses the Indianapolis Zoo, which is home to a variety of species of wild animals that children and adults alike will love to see. The two museums within the park ensure that you're well versed with local history, culture and traditions. Visit the on site Baseball Park and have a gala time cheering your favorite teams to victory. Ride your bike around the park or explore the scenic waters on boats. If you suddenly feel like watching a film, the Imax movie hall is close at hand. You can also book the facilities for hosting private events. The park is also home to a bevy of local and community events and cultural festivities held at one of the numerous event spaces within: the Lawn, amphitheaters and amusement zones. The visitor's center is an ideal place to stop and get your bearings before you wind your way through the park. Check website or call the park for more details.
The Indianapolis Zoo, located in the White River State Park, exhibits a collection of plants, 350 animal species, and has the largest aquarium in Indianapolis. Get ready for a close look at snakes, iguanas and other reptiles. Or go to the plains area to see lions and giraffes wandering about like it was the savanna. After the exciting trip you can find something to eat in the on-site restaurant, or just enjoy an ice-cream from one of the snack bars.
Situated across the Madison Avenue, the Hendricks Park is a lovely green space. Here, you can simply take a stroll or read a book; it also features a shelter.