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Kite Day - annually on Mother's Day

Whether you build a kite from scratch or bring your own, every age from toddler to grandparent, can share the joy of flying a kite!

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Colorful kites of all sizes and shapes fly high over the grounds and serve as a sure sign of spring. This annual event, held on Mother’s Day, is a tradition that began in 2001.


Working with members of the Hoosier Kiteflyers Society, museum volunteers help guests build a simple sled kite in Baker Hall. 

Who:  Any child - or adults who are still a child at heart!
What:  Make a free kite working with the Hoosier Kiteflyer's Society
Plus - Kite demonstration & Fly your own kite

When:  Every Mother's Day from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Where:  Mid-America Windmill Museum 
Discounted Admission: 
$2.00 for ages 13+ (free for under 12 years)

Prizes are awarded for several different categories of kites.


Windmill Winter Wonderland

The Windmill Winter Wonderland, an annual holiday tradition at the museum, amazes and enchants all who have the heart of a child!

Enjoy the magic and sounds of the season as you walk the pathways on the museum grounds.

Lights glow and fill the sky, illuminate the windmills, and brighten the grounds with color, movement, and images. A live nativity highlights the true meaning of the season. It is a true WONDERLAND experience!


In Baker Hall, Santa Claus, his bag loaded with treats, greets all the children. For their parents, craft vendor booths brim with holiday gifts for giving. Food and beverages are available. 


The Winter Wonderland’s lights glow amid wind, rain, snow, and even when temps drop to zero or below.


Who:  All ages!

What:  Walking, self-guided tour of lighted windmills and displays.


  • A live Nativity on Saturdays
  • Vendors & food

  • Santa with gift bags for children

When:  First two weekends in December

  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Where:  Mid-America Windmill Museum

Discounted Admission:  $5.00 for ages 12+ (free for ages 11 & under)

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