Santa Claus, Elves, and Famous IndyCar Driver Make Spectacular Arrivals at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

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A two-time Indy 500 polesitter and well known race car driver will deliver Santa Claus in a special IndyCar sleigh as elves repel from the rooftop to welcome St. Nick.

Santa Races into The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

This is a fun way for Santa to race in to town and for his most important helpers to showcase a few of the tricks they use to help the Jolly Old Elf up on the rooftops of homes around the world.

Boys & girls, Santa and elves, start those engines for a holiday arrival families will never forget.

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus - right to The Children's Museum. Vixen, Blitzen, all his elf friends, pointing out the way. Bells are ringing, children singing, all is merry and bright. Grab the family, drive on over, because Santa Claus has taken flight.

The jolly old elf continues his tradition of arriving in style at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis (the highly acclaimed world's largest children's museum). Two-time Indy 500 Pole Sitter Ed Carpenter(Driver of the #20 car for CFH Racing) will race to the world's largest children's museum to deliver Santa Claus the day after Thanksgiving in a Indy Racing Experience two-seat race car.

That is just the beginning of the excitement as Santa’s Big Arrival revs up at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis on Friday, November 27, 2015. To the delight of excited boys and girls (and their grownups), Santa and his speedy driver will pull up to the museum at 9:15 a.m. EST. Families won’t believe what will be coming down from the rooftop just before St. Nick makes his pit stop. If weather cooperates, a few of his “dare-dev-elves” have a special surprise for Mr. Claus and plan to rappel off the top of the building next to the giant dinosaurs.

Once inside, Kris Kringle’s adventure will continue with his traditional dash down the giant 47-foot-long Yule Slide. Buy a full price adult admission ticket to the museum at the Box Office between 8:30-10 a.m EST. and receive a free youth admission ticket during those hours only. Santa’s good little shoppers can save more big bucks between 8:30–10 a.m. EST, which is when The Museum Store will offer a 30 percent Black Friday discount on all purchases. Don’t forget that museum memberships make great holiday gifts for the entire family as well.

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Kimberly Harms
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