Children’s Museum Houston

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If you’re visiting Houston with your kids, then a detour to the Children’s Museum Houston is a must.

Spread over several floors, the museum is divided into different themed areas aimed at encouraging children’s learning, discovery and play. Each area is packed with exciting exhibits, activities and programs that allow children to explore the world around them in a fun and educational way.

One of the main attractions of the museum is the variety of exhibitions. There are subject areas dealing with science, technology, mathematics, art, culture and health. Each exhibition is designed to be interactive so that the children can become active themselves. You can conduct experiments, solve puzzles, create creative projects and try many other exciting activities.

Another popular area at the Children’s Museum of Houston is the “Tot Spot”. Here children aged 35 months and younger find a safe and stimulating space in which to develop their senses and have new experiences.

One area of the museum is the “Invention Convention” area, where creativity can run free. Here children can design their inventions, create and test prototypes, but also present their ideas.

Nearby Things to do

Located just outside of downtown Houston, the Children’s Museum is in a prime location. Numerous other attractions and sights are at your doorstep. Literally right in front of the door, for example, is Hermann Park, in which not only the Houston Zoo but also the Houston Museum of Natural Science are located. A visit in combination with the Children’s Museum is definitely a good idea if your thirst for knowledge has not yet been quenched.

1500 Binz St, Houston, TX 77004

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