Known for hands-on exhibits, Marbles Kids Museum is geared toward children under ten. Your little ones will have fun and learn as they participate in activities like the Kid Grid, which teaches about electricity, and Ideaworks, where children build machines. Other exhibits offer lessons about saving money, living in a city, and making art. Don't miss the IMAX theater that screens major motion pictures. Purchase your IMAX ticket first, then add a museum ticket to save money on admission. Visit the website for a calendar of special events, such as classes and presentations. Add Marbles Kids Museum to your Raleigh travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Raleigh trip planner.
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Magical place - 10/10. My kids are 6 and 7 and loved it. I can imagine it would be even more exciting for kids 3-5. Don’t miss the fire truck and dress up on the first floor and the sports/movement...
Magical place - 10/10. My kids are 6 and 7 and loved it. I can imagine it would be even more exciting for kids 3-5. Don’t miss the fire truck and dress up on the first floor and the sports/movement... more »
This place is kid paradise. Our 7 year old grandson played on everything. There are so many different things to do. We were there for over two hours and he would have stayed all day. There is...
This place is kid paradise. Our 7 year old grandson played on everything. There are so many different things to do. We were there for over two hours and he would have stayed all day. There is... more »
I have mixed feelings about Marbles. The facility itself is amazing— there is so much to do and discover. It is a really cool museum! It is, however, extremely overstimulating, especially if you’re there at the same time as a dreaded field trip group (or 3, in our case). They are supposedly putting restrictions on the number of folks allowed into the facility, which is WILD because I cannot imagine squeezing any more people into the exhibits than were present on both of our visits. Helicopter parents hover around their kids and crowd the space even more. I wish there were more outdoor exhibits or dedicated quiet spaces to help kids and parents recharge. I’d also consider limiting capacity further. I’d be happy to pay a little more if it meant the place wasn’t always filled to the brim.
Amazing and beyond my expectations. This place is just awesome. The Parking is right across from the museum you don't have to deal with kids running off. There is a park right across and inside there is a locker box for $.25 so you don't have to carry kids stuff all day. Every attraction has a sitting spots for parents. My son just loved loved loved it...it was very kids friendly and just amazing. There is a big lunch space so you can bring your own lunch which is cool for parents like me that have children with allergies. The cost was fair $9 for all the children entertainment that's wholesome was worth it. ..we are definitely getting membership ❤️❤️❤️ ...I wish there was a higher rating than a 5. I can't describe it all just visit if you have young kids you won't regret it.
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