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Rated the No. 1 Children's Museum in America by Parents Magazine. With 90,000 square feet of interactive exhibits for kids ages birth through 12, the Children's Museum of Houston is the ultimate Playground for Your Mind!
Every Thursday night is free admission from 5pm to 8pm! There's is always a crowd!
If you have a little one (birth to 36 Months) try the Tot Spot upstairs. I have been talking to many people who didn't even know it was there. My 18 month old LOVES it!!
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Awesome place! Check it out!
Have a refreshing, mouthwatering fruit salad. Perfect on a hot day. Cut fresh daily.
Get a nice frozen yogurt on a hot day like today. Yogurt machine shuts down by 5ish.
Take a bite out of their juicy fruit salad. It's peeled, sliced and served fresh daily.
Right outside the Tot Spot room is a great play area with Little Tike Cars
Let your kid use a pretend debit card from an ATM machine to buy groceries and dine out at this museum. He’ll learn about money and have fun doing it!
This indoor-outdoor interactive museum has something for every kind of child—scientists, adventurists, artists, fun-seekers, etc.
Check out their Discounts & Free times web page & take advantage of the many deals! www.cmhouston.org/free-discounts
Always a good place to have fun with the kids, a lot of activities for hours to play and discover.
Story time is at 7pm, they read great books & kids get a free book on Thursdays!
OMG @cmhouston makes best asparagus soup hands down!
Kid's very enjoyed!
People are rude here if you're not a paying customer
Garage parking is free when visiting the public library in the Children's Museum
Looking to live across the street from here? Check us out while you're visiting!!! Let your kids enjoy the fun everyday!
My kids love this place! It's a must go with kids of all ages. They could stay for hours and hours, but it is always so crowded!!
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Tots spot is great for toddlers
One of the best children's Museums I've been to! So interactive; even my 18mo had a blast! Don't overlook HEB and the restaurant!!
Fun place to take the kiddos on a raining day!
Excellent children's museum. They have some really great exhibits here.
Awsom place to take kids
Outside area in the summer is great. The younger kids room upstairs is wonderful too. Free Thur nights are very crowded.
We went on a free night. So wasn't shocked that it was packed. My 17,4& 3 yr old had a blast....ok so did I! Beautifully set up, lots of fun things to do. We ate at the cafe & the food was yummy!
Awesome museum but on a warm day in May, I felt hypothermic since they keep the temperature so low.
Their Thursday Free Family Nights, Family Adventures, and special educator membership make it affordable for all.
For kids of ages!!!
Head out to the Museum Experience - Zone 4 on September 28th for free museum entry, fun arts and crafts and more!
Jungle gym 10X
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My son and I can build stuff at Invention Convention all day. The best family entertainment value in Houston. There is so much here you can't do it all in one visit.
Hands-down best kids museum I've seen. However the crowds are crazy.
Pretend debit card was a hit with our 3 year old
No longer Free on First Sundays :(
Week days is the way to go!!!
My boys love coming here!! Something fun for all kids!
If you come during spring break prepare yourself for hoards of people and a lot of strollers.
Don't bother w/family membership. They count 3 as a family. Normal fams w/2 kids + 2 adults need Plus membership. Boo!
Love this place. The year long membership is a great deal. My two year old could stay here for hours. The cafe is kind of grody though
This massive kid paradise is the number-one children’s museum in the country as well as the highest attended, with more than 750,000 people passing through its doors annually.
Any tips on free parking?