Hearing loss in Indianapolis | Be part of the conversation

Hearing loss in Indianapolis | Be part of the conversation Indianapolis is home to the Motor Speedway as well as the largest children’s museum, two professional sports franchises and one of the country’s most acclaimed museum sculpture parks. 2015 777 Hearing loss in Indianapolis | Be part of the conversation

If you only see race cars when you hear about Indianapolis, think again. Not only is this Midwestern capital city known for the Indianapolis 500, it’s also home to the largest children’s museum, two professional sports franchises and one of the country’s most acclaimed museum sculpture parks. And while you don’t need to hear in order to experience the excitement at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, we’ve compiled a listing of other attractions with accessibility for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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From sporting events to museums for the
kiddos, Indianapolis is filled with plenty of
things to do for individuals with hearing 

Art and culture

Children’s Museum

3000 N. Meridian Street

Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is the world’s largest children’s museum with five floors of interactive learning in the arts, world cultures, science and humanities. The museum houses one of the largest collections of adult and juvenile dinosaur fossils as well as Dale Chihuly’s 43-foot tall Fireworks of Glass sculpture.

Assisted listening devices are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for the Lilly Theater and SpaceQuest Planetarium. American Sign Language (ASL) performances are provided for select Lilly Theatre performances. Patrons calling from a TDD phone can reach Customer Service at 317-920-2020.

Indianapolis Museum of Art

4000 Michigan Road

Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Admire more than 50,000 works of art and stroll through the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, one of the country’s foremost museum contemporary sculpture parks, with woodlands, wetlands, lakes and meadows.

The IMA offers a variety of programs with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation. ASL interpreted tours occur on the third Sunday at 1 p.m. and upon request for school and public tours with a 3-week notice. Free assistive listening devices are available for all public tours at the Guest Services desk on Floor 1, and for programs in the DeBoest Lecture Hall and the Toby from an usher.

Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University

4602 Sunset Avenue

Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

You’ll find a variety of cultural events to enjoy at Clowes Memorial Hall on the campus of Butler University. The facility hosts music, dance, theater, spoken word and family-friendly events throughout the year, including a Clowes 4 Kids series, school matinees and teacher workshops.

Clowes Hall uses Phonic Ear Sound Enhancement to amplify stage dialogue. Individual receivers are available at the reception desk in the main lobby or patrons may bring their own Phonic Ear system to use with the Clowes Hall system. Audio description is available with a 10 day advance notice.


Bankers Life Fieldhouse

125 S. Pennsylvania Street

Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

Official home of the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, Bankers Life Fieldhouse also hosts a variety of other athletic events such as the P&G Gymnastics Championships, concerts (Janet Jackson, Taylor Swift), and family events such as Disney on Ice productions.

Assisted Listening Devices are available from any of the guest Relations desks. A major credit card or driver’s license is required for check out. Devices can be reserved in advance by calling 317-917-2734. American Sign Language interpreters are available with a two-week advance notice. TTY telephones are also available.

Lucas Oil Stadium

500 S. Capitol Avenue

Indianapolis, Indiana 46225

Formerly known as the RCA Dome, Lucas Oil Stadium is home to the National Football League’s Indianapolis Colts. The facility, which was named the 2009 Sports Facility of the Year by Street and Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, has a state-of-the-art retractable roof and seats more than 67,000 fans.

Assisted listening devices are available from all Guest Services kiosks located throughout the stadium. A TTY telephone is available in the ticket office.

Hearing loss organizations

Hear Indiana

4740 Kingsway Drive, STE 33

Indianapolis, Indiana 46205

Hear Indiana provides free resources for families of children with hearing loss, individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, and the professionals who serve them. Resources are provided free of charge to all Hoosier families. They host a camp designed especially for children with hearing loss as well as an educational conference for parents, adults with hearing loss and professionals.

Speech and Hearing Resource Center

4740 Kingsway Drive, STE 33

Indianapolis, Indiana 46205

The Speech and Hearing Resource Center at Easter Seals Crossroads provides speech therapy, audiology, information and referral, school outreach and counseling for parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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