Children's Museum of Evansville, Evansville

4.1
#4 of 7 in Museums in Evansville
The Children's Museum is a non-profit organization. As such, cMoe is committed to supporting educational, children-oriented projects. Annually, cMoe supports other local nonprofit organizations by donating passes. Due to the volume of the requests received, organizations must meet certain guidelines found here:

http://www.cmoekids.org/about-us/donation-request

Donation requests will not be accepted via phone or social media! Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Children's Museum of Evansville by using our Evansville travel itinerary planner .
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  • We had a fun visit here with our four year old and 18 month old. There was plenty to keep both of our children occupied! Some favorites were the water room, toddler pyramid, and play garden. We...  more »
  • Fun afternoon with my four year old. Loved the Japanese play kitchen and the large blue foam blocks. The duck duck area was not working. A few other exhibits were not working as well but...  more »
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  • Our family loves this place!! A years membership is worth the price. We love that they are always bring in new things and having events throughout the week and month. The safe does a great job keeping the place clean and being friendly! Keep up the good work
  • I would really like to rate CMoE higher, but - as a long-time patron - I just can't. I want to stress there is a LOT to like here. It was well designed and extremely well built. The exhibits are engaging and it's quite easy to spend much of the day here with active kids. My primary frustrations are with the maintenance and the schedule. Simply, they do not adequately maintain their exhibits. There are pieces that will remain broken for months if not years at a time. They will just disconnect or disable some of the most popular pieces rather than repair them. Their schedule is clearly designed more around the staff than around their customers. They are closed on Monday at and 4 pm on the remaining weekdays, refusing to admit anyone after around 3:15 pm. They're also closed every minor holiday, further reducing the ability of working families to easily use the facility. I bought a membership for my family this past year and can't find any reason that I would renew it.

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