Need a break? Of course! We all do. From Barbie\u2122 to extreme weather to an extraordinary Halloween event, there\u2019s something for everyone this fall break. Special exhibits and experiences include: Barbie\u2122You Can Be Anything\u2122:\u00a0The Experience\u00a0(open now) As the original female empowerment brand, Barbie was created to show girls they have choices. This exhibit encourages girls to explore the possibilities. Learn from real-life female role models like Amelia Earhart, Katherine Johnson, Laurie Hernandez, Florence Nightingale, and Ella Fitzgerald. Children and their grown-ups can explore 11 different careers, including a high-flying pilot, a fearless surfer, a robotics engineer, and a wildlife photographer as they discover what role type best fits their own career interest. It is presented by Subway\u00ae and supported by Franklin Pest Solutions and KinderCare Learning Centers. \u00a92020 Mattel, Inc. All Rights Reserved. \u00ae 2020 E.F. Licensing, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Wild Weather\u00a0(open now) There\u2019s a storm brewing! Discover how to weather the storm as you learn about emerging technologies and recent scientific discoveries that are improving our ability to forecast severe weather and enhance our awareness of global weather phenomena including hurricanes, severe heat, blizzards, and climate change. \u201cFly\u201d through a hurricane, swirl along a tornado\u2019s path, track turbulent cloud formations, and stand in the midst of a raging winter storm. It is presented by Central Indiana Honda Dealers and supported by Koorsen Fire & Security and Priority Group. Wild Weather is developed and produced by Science North in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre.\u00a0 Get your game on while you can (Riley Children\u2019s Health Sports Legends Experience\u00ae\u00a0closes for the season Nov. 1, 2020): \tIndiana Pacers and Indiana Fever Basketball Experience \tIndianapolis Colts Football Experience \tIndy Fuel Hockey Experience \tSubway Soccer Experience \tIndianapolis Motor Speedway Pedal Car Racing Experience and Church Brothers Collision Repair Drag Strip Experience \tPete and Alice Dye Golf Experience presented by Henry and Christine Camferdam \tWiese Field donated by Elizabeth Bracken Wiese and J. Frederick Wiese Jr. \tSeymour and Rheta Holt Tennis Center \tDr. Cory SerVaas Fitness Path \tJane and Steve Marmon Run-Walk Experience \tOld National Bank Avenue of Champions The third season of the outdoor sports experience comes to a close at 5 p.m. November 1, 2020. Run, jump, shoot, putt, race, and kick in 12 outdoor experiences on 7.5 acres of outdoor family fun. \u00a0 Monster MASKarade\u00a0(Fridays and Saturdays in October) There is no way around it. Halloween will look different in 2020 because of the pandemic. But have no fear. The Children\u2019s Museum Guild\u2019s wild, whacky, and wonderful witches are determined to provide something memorable\u2014Monster MASKarade! Every weekend in October, the witches have special activities planned for those who want to participate in ghoulish games outside in a safe, socially distanced way. Monster MASKarade takes place Friday evenings from 6\u20138 p.m. and Saturday mornings 8\u201310 a.m. throughout October outside in Riley Children\u2019s Health Sports Legends Experience\u00ae. Organized by The Children\u2019s Museum Guild, Monster MASKarade is presented by Old National Bank. Riley Children\u2019s Health Sports Legends Experience\u00ae (now\u2013Nov. 1). A separate ticket is required along with reservations for these events. The Children\u2019s Museum of Indianapolis is proud to partner with Riley Children\u2019s at Indiana University Health, Old National Bank and Ice Miller LLP.