A bright yellow pagoda-style entrance beckons children inside to this Museum District space just for them. Hands-on exhibits allow children to learn through play with exhibitions. Examples of the fun include programming robots, anchoring the news and getting elected as mayor. Of course, my kids loved the three-story climbing tower.
Recent Traveler Reviews
always fun for kids
Plan on staying for a few hours and tagging along in the fun with the kids. Each area is unique and creative. All areas are HANDS ON and encourages wonder and play. A must if…
Spring Break Visit
I will start off by saying that this review is based of a Spring Break 2019 visit. I was disappointed with the Children's Museum. It was my first time visiting and I really didn't know…