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Museums: Indianapolis’ New Downtown Attraction to Open

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An interactive museum highlighting the history of percussion instruments opens in downtown Indianapolis. Rhythm! Discovery Center is the result of the Percussive Arts Society being based in the city. Indianapolis Mayor Gregory Ballard, Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association Chief Executive Officer Don Welsh and Indianapolis Downtown Inc.’s President Tamara Zahn will take attend the preview event. Visitors can experience the exhibits featuring a variety of drums and percussion instruments at the grand opening November 21.

Rhythm! Discovery Center, a creative vision of the Percussive Arts Society, will open its doors appropriately with a drum roll and celebratory cymbal crash by Indianapolis Mayor Gregory Ballard, Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association CEO Don Welsh and Indianapolis Downtown Inc.’s President Tamara Zahn at a media preview event.  

Located in the heart of downtown, Indianapolis’ newest attraction offers a creative and engaging experience to visitors by interpreting the role of rhythm and percussion in music and culture through dynamic educational experiences. Interactive exhibits, participatory opportunities, and a hands-on area illustrate rhythm, its role in society, and its connections to daily life.

About Rhythm! Discovery Center

Rhythm! Discovery Center, a creative vision of the Percussive Arts Society, interprets the role of rhythm and percussion in music and culture through dynamic and engaging educational experiences. Interactive exhibits and participatory opportunities illustrate rhythm, its role in society, and its connections to daily life. The 15, 000 square-foot facility houses three galleries and a hands-on area that allows visitors to play a variety of drums and percussion instruments. Rhythm! Discovery Center is located in the Lower Level of 110 W. Washington Street, Suite A, Indianapolis, IN 46204. For more information, call 317.974.4495 or visit www.RhythmDiscoveryCenter.org.

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