The Indiana State Museum, I was there, Santa was there, they had the LS Ayres train and did you see the windows? " said David McDaniel, Indiana State Museum. Not only does it promote each attraction, but it also promotes downtown Indianapolis as a whole. We ride the train, we take a picture with Santa, we ride the train again, and again.
This year we had our first formal tea experience in the L. S. Ayers tea room! L. S. Ayres and Company: The Store at the Crossroads of America [Kenneth L. Turchi] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
In 1872 Lyman Ayres acquired a controlling interest in the Trade Palace, a dry-goods store in Indianapolis. Two years later Nov 25, 2008 · Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Here at the museum, traditional L. S. Ayres holiday windows are on display, as well as the original Santa Claus Express train (kids can ride on a replica) and after Thanksgiving the cherub will even appear on the clock in.
Children will love the little train ride aboard the historic LS Ayres train. Tickets are $13 for adults, $8. 50 for children and include museum admission. Info: indianamuseum. org LS Ayres Tea Room – stop in and enjoy lunch and holiday refreshments while enjoying the historic setting of the replicated department store tea room. (1-1. 5 hours) (1-1. 5 hours) Hollyhock Hill – country-style cuisine and an Indianapolis dining tradition since 1928.
The holiday Cherub, a longtime Downtown Indianapolis tradition, resumed its perch on the side of the former L. S. Ayres building at the corner of Meridian and Washington streets each Christmas. 10 reviews of L. S. Ayres Tea Room" First, if you are reading all the reviews, I suggest checking the dates.
The really poor reviews are from several years ago. I mentioned this to the manager, and he said they have been under a new catering. From Santa’s arrival by helicopter, to the LS. Ayres Santa Claus Express Train and more, the Indiana State Museum is a Christmas destination for kids of all ages. Celebration Crossing will be open this year from November 26 – December 31.
I can’t remember if I posted this video of our Grandson Sebastian Avery Haium-White and Roberta at The Ayres Tea room back at Christmas time. L. S. Ayres Department Store was located at the intersection of Washington and. Chest in the middle of the room after riding the Santa Claus Express Train. A visit to L. S. Ayres was a holiday tradition for many. In 1958, the store introduced the Santa Claus Express, an electric train that transported children through the.
Ayres truly was a magical place at Christmas. After my last name changed from Rollins to Stanis, we continued to celebrate the tradition by taking our daughter to the Indiana State Museum. She even served as one of the official Santa greeters one year when he arrived by helicopter. Children’s Magical Christmas Breakfast with Santa at Paramount Theatre and Ballroom.
Saturday, November 25 at 9: 30 am 1124 Merdian Plaza, Anderson (765) 642-1234. I remember accompanying my folks on shopping trips to LS Ayres downtown before the suburban mall stores opened.
The Christmas windows, Christmas train, Tea Room. L. S. Ayres and Company was an Indianapolis, Indiana. Ayres was also known for beautiful Christmas decorations, especially its elaborate window displays. Planned months in advance. a miniature electric train, gave children rides through the store's Christmas display. There are many exhibitions on display at the Indiana State Museum.
Come and see them for yourself, today! Kenneth L. Turchi's book tells the story of about L. S. Ayres& Company a store that brought elegance and style to the Midwest. Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Here at the museum, traditional L. S. Ayres holiday windows are on display, as well as the original Santa Claus Express train (kids can ride on a replica) and after Thanksgiving the cherub will even appear on the clock in the exhibit!
L. S. Ayres and Company was an Indianapolis, Indiana, department store founded in 1872 by. From 1958 through 1961 the Santa Claus Express, a miniature electric train, gave children rides through the store's Christmas display. Beginning. During the Christmas season, the bronze cherub sat atop the Ayres clock, special holiday meals were served at the Tea Room, carolers were organized among the staff to perform on the north balcony, special holiday-themed window displays were created, and children were able to ride the Santa Claus Express Train on the seventh floor.
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Nov 30, 2012. Recreation of L. S. Ayres Santaland. View from the Santa Claus Express train. The L. S. Ayres Christmas windows. A recreation of the L. S. Ayres. It really is the most wonderful time of year, Christmas in Indianapolis is a pretty special thing. Indy knows how to do the holidays right and we're here to show you. Find this Pin and more on L S Ayres Tea Room memories by ELizabeth Kane.
Since Indianapolis has turned their Soldiers and Sailors Monument into the world's tallest artificial Christmas Tree! Ayres and I'd marvel at the Christmas window displays. Saw Santa (not loving him). Ayres train (just like his mommy and aunt Mimi did). And lunch in the Tea Room (just like Pop-Pop did as a child. And train too). L. S. Ayres and Company: The Store at the Crossroads of America [Kenneth L. Turchi] on Amazon. com.
*FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In 1872 Lyman Ayres acquired a controlling interest in the Trade Palace, a dry-goods store in Indianapolis.