Pick Up a Free Opening Day Ticket When You Participate In A Free Health Screening Courtesy of Eskenazi Health
Get your own Spring Training report and take home a free 2015 Indianapolis Indians Opening Day ticket. As part of White River State Park’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, the Indians are once again partnering with Eskenazi Health to offer visitors a free health screening from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Indiana State Museum on Monday, January 19.
All visitors who participate in the health screening will receive a complimentary ticket to the Indianapolis Indians 2015 Opening Night Contest on Thursday, April 9 at Victory Field. Attendees will also have the chance to take a few swings on the Indians inflatable T-ball game and get an autograph from Tribe mascot, Rowdie from 11 a.m. to noon.
The Health Screening are one of many free admissions offered throughout White River State Park in celebration of MLK Day, as visitors can also enjoy these other FREE activities:
- Indianapolis Zoo: Visitors can walk the grounds and see animals, especially the ones that love the cooler temperatures. Favorite activities will include petting sharks, gazing at dolphins and looking eye-to-eye with orangutans.
- IMAX Theater: Experience the IMAX film “Island of Lemurs.” Shown for free as space permits at 11:25am, 12:50 p.m., 2:15 p.m., 3:40 p.m. & 5 p.m. Get your IMAX tickets early as they typically are all gone by noon.
- NCAA Hall of Champions: Watch the film “A Ripple of Hope,” which is based on the speech given by Robert Kennedy in Indianapolis on the night Martin Luther King died. The film narrates the events through the eyes of those who were there, including Julia Carson, the late U.S. Congressperson from Indiana; Tom Cochrun, Indianapolis reporter; and Rev. Dr. Tom Brown, son of a prominent Indianapolis minister close to King.
- Indiana State Museum: Films, activities and performance art fill the museum as the life and times of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are celebrated. Visitors can see first-hand two of the documents that laid the foundation for equality: the Emancipation Proclamation and 13th Amendment.
- Eiteljorg Museum: Visitors can immerse themselves in Native American and Western cultures with the museum’s many exhibits. It’s your last chance to visit Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure, a one-of-a-kind locomotive wonderland where eight model trains travel on 1,200 feet of track to wind past treasures of Indianapolis and the American West.