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Super heroes save summer at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (WDTN) - Super heroes will be taking over the Children's Museum of Indianapolis this summer.

The members of DC's JUSTICE LEAGUE™ will have your kids learn the importance of teamwork and problem-solving to catch the Super-Villains.

Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman will be at the museum to help guests discover their superpowers.

You can visit the New Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience and the DC Super Heroes: Discover Your Superpowers exhibit Saturday.

The museum says this interactive exhibit will open from June 16 to November 25.

For more information, click here.


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