Hoosier GIVEAWAY: Win a Conner Prairie Family Membership!

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Step back in time at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers, Indiana and enjoy the sights and sounds of life in the 1800s!

Hearthside Suppers

My family’s most recent trip to Conner Prairie was for their 1836 Outdoor Adventure last month. My kids were a bit uncertain walking into a schoolhouse with no signs of today’s technology, or even heat!  It was fun role-playing with the hosts at each stop on our path.

Conner Prairie offers something for everyone!

  • Learn about the Science of Football just in time for Indianapolis’ historic opportunity to host the Super Bowl
  • Little ones will enjoy Prairie Tykes, classes offered each Friday with a different age-appropriate theme
  • Enjoy Hearthside Suppers and dine family-style as you learn more about life in the 1800s.

Experience Conner Prairie for yourself for FREE on President’s Day, Monday February 20, 2012 when they are offering free admission from 10am-5pm.

~ ~ ~ GIVEAWAY ~ ~ ~

Conner Prairie has graciously provided Chaos Is Bliss with a FREE Family Membership to give away to one lucky reader!  You must be an Indiana resident to enter and win. The giveaway begins NOW and ends at 11:59pm on 1/26/12.

Here are just some of the membership benefits:

On the entry form below, you’ll see one mandatory entry which is to comment back here letting me know what you think your family would enjoy most at Conner Prairie! Additional optional entries are available to increase your chances of winning!

Here is how to enter the Conner Prairie Family Membership Giveaway:

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You need javascript enabled to see this giveaway…. But that’s not all!  I’ve teamed up with several other Indiana bloggers to promote our great city and state, and you can check out their fabulous sites and find out how to win an experience at another museum!

The Average Parent
Columbus’ KidsCommons Children’s Museum

GOODEness Gracious
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

Family Fun in the City
Eitlejorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

In Good Cents
Indiana Historical Society

BasilMomma

Indiana State Museum

The Average Parent
Rhythm! Discovery Center

Thanks to The Average Parent for including Chaos Is Bliss in this event. In exchange for blog post and giveaway, I received complimentary tickets to Conner Prairie for my family. Opinions, as always, are completely my own. 

Comments

  1. Cara Valdivia says

    My famiy loves doing outdoor activites together. We were very lucky this fall and was able to go to Conner Prairie this past fall for the first time and had such a great time!!! We were all hoping to go up in the balloon but it was too windy that day. We would love to be able to go again to enjoy this new experience.

  2. Rachel Donville says

    My daughter is reading Little House on teh Prairie series (Age 6) and I think she would really enjoy Conner Prairie experience.

  3. says

    This is such a neat idea. Since moving to Indy in June, we haven’t even begun to explore all the amazing places the City has to offer. I can’t wait to check this place out. Hopefully we can check out most of the amazing INDY things before we get orders to move once again…

  4. Terri says

    My kids love everything at Conner Prairie! We discovered this gem when our oldest (who is now 16) went for a field trip there back when he was in 4th grade. So much fun!

  5. Anna says

    My son attended day camp at Conner Prairie last summer and loved it! He is hoping we’ll be able to sign him up again this summer.

  6. Adrienne Jessie says

    My family would love the balloon rides. Went on a field trip with my daughter ast year. It was the first time I had ever been to Conner Prairie we all had a great time. It’s a fun place.

  7. says

    I pretty much want to live at Conner Prairie. All the time. I love the Headless Horseman hayride in the fall, but I just love the history and the setting of the place. Like my own little mini-Colonial Williamsburg right here in Indiana! :)

  8. Michelle says

    My 4 year old is obsessed with history–especially pioneers. He wants to be a history teacher when he grows up!

  9. Nathan Miller says

    I have always wanted to visit Connor Prairie, but I think we would get a kick out of their fall actives and their headless horseman show

  10. Judy says

    I love Conner Prairie. We’ve never experienced the Hearthside Dinners, and I think that would be an awesome experience.

  11. Leigh Anne Dearing says

    We would love to be members at Conner Prairie. We’ve had the opportunity to visit on “free days” but to have the ability to let my four girls (under the ages of 7) explore in our timing would be a gift! They love the outdoor village, especially the school house & doctor house. We haven’t been able to see the new part yet. It’s a place where they all get along (space allows that!) while we actually enjoy what we are learning about.

  12. Denise Wilson says

    I haven’t been in years, and I didn’t have any kids then. But, I’m sure that my son and daughter would love being outdoors and exploring the “old time” way of life. Would love to win! Thanks for the opportunity!

  13. Sue says

    I love everything about Conner Prarie. Have great memories from going as a child, taking my own children and have always wanted to go for headless horsemen

  14. Carla says

    We went on a girl scout field trip there but missed so much since we only had a few hours to spend. Something my family has discussed doing is one of the Hearthside Suppers at Christmastime but money is too tight. I would love to be able to see the rest of the grounds and check out the discounts.

  15. Mona McCrory says

    My daughter loves farm animals! On rainy days both of my children would love the play area inside with the train table.

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