Rising tide brings flood of visitors to attractions: Leaders say cultural sites don't compete

Indianapolis Zoo's splashy new dolphin exhibit has drawn waves of sightseers since it opened Memorial Day weekend, but other local attractions aren't worried the flood will wipe out their summer crowds. The timing couldn't be better, observers said: just after the grand reopening of the renovated Indianapolis Museum of Art and before the debut of an expanded Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. Indianapolis attractions seem primed to blow visitors out of the water. "To me, it's a...

 

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