With dinosaurs breaking through the building before you even walk inside, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is actually the world's largest museum for children. Until January you can experience the first-ever museum display based on Peabody Award-winning TV series Doc McStuffins. There is a lot for children to tinker with and adults are not forgotten, there are things that you will enjoy, like the permanent Dale Chihuly exhibit, an antique carousel and a water clock, two-stories high!
On October 2nd this year the Please Touch Museum celebrated their 40th anniversary and they will never let you down. It is a great place to go visit with children of all ages. Kids can put together, schedule and maneuver their own trains in Centennial Exploration, or excavate balls and unload them with a front end digger in City Capers. There are numerous fun places to explore. There are arts and crafts and painting classes, a toy supermarket, and even an Alice in Wonderland display.
With a big wire structure at the entry way where the kids can climb 2 levels, the Boston Children's Museum welcomes everyone with 3 floors of activities. There is a KEVA planks building area, a construction zone, golf balls going down a swirly trail in Raceways, a school bus, and of course some trains. The museum provides a fantastic mix of calm activities and places to be rambunctious.
Delivering ground-breaking learning prospects for children, the Children's Museum of Houston has incredibly comprehensive agendas for kids of all ages. With a wealth of games and hands-on activities such as a Bubble Lab, they feature an interesting Matter Factory for the young scientists, an inventor’s workshop, an Eco Station, a visit to a mountain village in Mexico, or a place for kids to play different roles such as a policeman, a nurse, and a doctor.
Providing a hands-on learning laboratory for kids ages birth to 8, the Kohl Children's Museum offers interesting and educational workshops that are a lot of fun. Kids will always find something to suit their interests such as Cooperation Station , Habitat Park, Nature Explorers, Ravina Festival Music Makers, Pet Vet or Play Café are just a few of their many permanent exhibits.
With four floors of activities, the Liberty Science Center is a synergistic learning center and a museum of sciences. Test your skills in Wildlife Challenge- an outdoor obstacle course, get a close-up view of life inside a bee hive in Home is where the Hive is or using only your sense of touch navigate a meandering, twisting, jet-black passageway in Touch Tunnel.
Port Discovery Children's Museum’s motto is to educate children and to inspire enduring inquisitiveness. With exhibits such as Kick it up!- an indoor soccer stadium, and when not in use it turns into an arena where kids can skate, snowboard and surf through tricky paths, you can show your moves in i Danceoff, or solve a perplexing case of the Baffle family in Miss Perception’s Mystery House.
Boasting a Planetarium, a Giant Screen Theatre and their very own COSI Lab Spaces where in real time you can witness scientific discoveries, the 320,000 square foot space where you can immerse yourself in the olden stories of the sea in Ocean, where Poseidon controls a fabled playground; examine your talents as an armchair astronaut in Space or unlock the secrets of an ancient civilization on a remote island in Adventure.
Presently under expansion, promising a “bigger, better, bolder museum” in April 2017, MCM retired all their previous exhibits and showcasing only three; Hop on board and visit the Island of Sodor with Thomas the tank engine & Friends™ in Explore the Rails! solving simple and intricate problems gaining skills like telling time, math and physics and spacial relations. The brand new Forces at Play invites you to get wet and wild as you take a grasp of the power of water and air.
Pledging to engage, challenge, and inspire every visitor, gained this organization Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2014 and 2015. Here you will find an authentic 1838 Log Cabin where you are taught to churn butter, harvest vegetables, write with quill pens, see the bustling city of Possible-opolis™ made of 90% recycled articles, discover nature in the center of Madison with the Rooftop Ramble, or learn about sustainability with aquaponics in the tilapia tank, planting in the greenhouse, and examining worms turn organic waste into compost in the Urb Garden.