Austin Children's Museum
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Member Reviews (18)
- Austin Children's MuseumNov 08, 2013
This popular museum is set to reopen in December 2013 under a new name, "The Thinkery," in a brand new location in the East Austin Mueller development. The 40,000 square-foot space will introduce a bevy of exciting, new attractions, including an Innovator's Workshop, where kids can experiment hands-on with technology, Mexican-American artwork, and an interactive exhibit, entitled "Currents," all about the element of water.
- Austin Children's MuseumOct 09, 2012
Love that they offer a time exclusively for kids ages 3 and under! Took my 2 year old daughter and 6 month old son and had a great time. My daughter encountered so many different things to challenge her mind and encourage thought! The other parents were all very friendly, and they ensured that their curious children were respectful of my baby by not touching. There was storytime and music time too!
My favorite part was the room where you could park your stroller! Don't miss this great place!
- Austin Children's MuseumJul 05, 2012
2 floors of fun learning and exploration! Open Tues-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5 (Free 4-5pm), Community Night Wed 5-8pm with a suggested donation of $1/person. Daily Programs include Storytime 11a, 1p, and 3p, Baby Bloomers Mon 9-12, Cub Club Sat 9-10, and Discovery Time every weekend! For more information visit austinkids.org
- Austin Children's MuseumFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Chock full of hands-on activities for kids of all ages. Educational activities range from demos of basic physics principles, to design concepts, and opportunities for play. The train on the second level is a big hit.