Children’s Museums

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Make learning a fun experience for your children at one of these top children’s museums.

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science features numerous exhibits, an IMAX theater and a planetarium. The museum’s extensive wildlife exhibits, dinosaur models and interactive space exploration area will keep kids of all ages entertained for hours. Adult admission is $12. Kids get in for $6. IMAX and planetarium entrance costs extra. Allow ample time to tour the museum’s three stories of adventure.

Lied Discovery Children’s Museum. The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Las Vegas probably isn’t world-class children’s museums. The Lied Discovery Children’s Museum, however, is one thing happening in Vegas that may not need to stay in Vegas. Ongoing exhibits include The Green Village and Desert Discovery. Be sure when you go to make it to the second-floor interactive science area for demonstrations and hands-on fun. Adult admission is $9.50. Children get in for $8.50.

Boston Children’s Museum. Boston is home to some of the United States’ most prestigious universities, an abundance of history and an excellent children’s museum. Exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health and fitness, and the arts, with an emphasis on hands-on engagement and learning through experience. Admission is $12 for children and adults.

The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Focus on the imagination with a visit to The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, featuring the morph gallery, a place that is ever-changing. Year-round exhibits focus on children’s creativity with a toddler zone, a simulated forest and a wall painting section. A troupe of professional actors called the Imaginators present 20-minute interactive shows regularly. Programs include Home School Days, Explorer Camp, Discover Math and Science and more. Admission is $12.75 for children and adults.

The Smithsonian. A trip to the nation’s capital isn’t complete without a trip to the Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum complex in the world, consisting of 19 national museums and the National Zoo. The most popular museums for the kids are the Air and Space Museum, the American History Museum and the Natural History Museum. Allow yourself the entire day and plan wisely before going. Admission to most museums is free.

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