The White River State Park’s Frank Lloyd Visitor Center will reopen June 11 after a nearly three-month closure.
The center and other attractions at the Indianapolis park closed soon after Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a public health emergency and limited gatherings in the state in early March, but greenspaces, trails and access to the Indiana Central Canal were still open.
“As we continue to observe safe-social distancing practices, we are eager to welcome our visitors back to the Park for a full experience”, says Carolene Mays-Medley, Executive Director of the White River State Park Development Commission. “The postponement of our beloved programming and activities, while necessary, has been difficult for everyone. Fortunately, there are tons of things to safely see and do here at WRSP and we are so thrilled to be able to offer some normalcy for our friends who have patiently waited for so long.”
White River State Park officials said the park’s IMAX Theater will open later this month. Other parts of the park, like the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the Indianapolis Zoo, the Indiana State Museum and the NCAA Hall of Champions have not announced when they will reopen.