We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews all ages outdoor water grocery store toddler area older kids water works outdoor area hands on activities great place for kids my kids love different activities year olds interactive exhibits lots of fun free admission across the street whole family
One of the better children's museums we have visited. So many attractions for children of all ages. Our daughter had a blast here during our four plus hour visit and didn't want to leave. Reasonably priced as well.
They accepted reciprocal entrance when we presented our Calgary, Canada science passes- which was AWESOME! My son loved the toddler section and did eventually like the rest of it- although he took some time to warm up to it because it was very loud and...More
I can't say good enough things about the staff at the Children's Museum. I just had my son's 8th birthday party there and was worried about the chaos since there will be lots of other museum visitors as well. However, Kevonte, our party host was...More
This was the best part of our trip to Texas. There was so much for our kids (9,9,6,2) to do. We could have easily spent half of the day here.
Parking was conviently located next to the museum. There were many workers cleaning right behind...More
I was very impressed with the types of activities designed for the kids. What impresses me even more is the fact that anyone can get in for free every first Sunday of the month with a Bank of America Credit or Debit card. Just show...More
The museum is fun! You can see that kids enjoy the displays, games, and the challenging games they
Offer. Parents, be ready
To be in a very crowded space. If you have young kids, keeping an eye on them and keeping in check their enthusiasm...More
We took my 15 month old son to the Children's museum and he had a ball. The entire second floor is made for his age group with both an outdoor and indoor space. He was able to roam free and climb, touch, crawl and run...More
We took my 2 nephews who are "tween age" 11 and 13, and while some of the things are definitely geared toward younger kids, they still found plenty of activities they enjoyed, as did my husband and I as adults. I think lots... More
We took my 2 nephews who are "tween age" 11 and 13, and while some of the things are definitely geared toward younger kids, they still found plenty of activities they enjoyed, as did my husband and I as adults. I think lots of the exhibits have "depth", meaning young kids like them because they are hands on, but adults like them because you can often go more in depth into the science behind it, like with a teenager. I would say for the price (one of the least expensive we've come across), it'd be worth it. I think they get something out of it.