Children's Museum Houston is designed for kids up to 12 years old, with over 8,400 square m (90,000 square ft) of indoor and outdoor exhibition space. Inventors' Workshop, Matter Factory, and Invention Convention are aimed at budding scientists, and EcoStation is powered by solar energy, so kids can learn about solar power. There's also an area specifically designed for babies and toddlers. Workshops and performances are included in your admission. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Children's Museum Houston and many more Houston attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Houston trip itinerary website.
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My family and I love this museum. We have a great time every time we go (about twice a year thanks to school trips), and we have a great time. Lots to do and interact with. My youngest is starting to.... more
My family and I love this museum. We have a great time every time we go (about twice a year thanks to school trips), and we have a great time. Lots to do and interact with. My youngest is starting to.... more »
Took my grand kids here and there were many things for them to interact with for all ages, love that there is a cafe and a library branch inside! Will definitely be back!
Took my grand kids here and there were many things for them to interact with for all ages, love that there is a cafe and a library branch inside! Will definitely be back! more »
This is a fantastic location for kids to discover, explore, and experience. It's well-designed, with plenty of locations and activities for children to engage in as they learn about cognitive ideas, imagination, and physical exercise. There are numerous entertaining and engaging games to partake in, as well as a miniature town for children. Any sites will take a very long time to visit because the lines are extremely long. Apart from that, this property is fantastic! A special thanks to the workers for always cleaning up after the youngsters.
My son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes last week. When it was time for lunch, the chef, Roberto, was terrific!!!!! Hands down, awesome! He assisted me with the tape and marker to label the needle container for disposal. But he was patient and kind to provide all nutritional labels for the meal items. Even though a long line and meals were slightly delayed, he accommodated me and was incredibly kind. It made my first outing with my toddler’s new diagnosis comfortable and enjoyable! Roberto deserves a raise for accommodating a toddler with type 1. That’s so rare!
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