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Arkansas Museum of Discovery Little Rock

Where is it at?

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Arkansas Museum of Discovery
500 President Clinton Ave.
Suite 150
Little Rock
AR
72201
Tel: 501 396 7050

Directions

The museum if in the River Market area in downtown Little Rock. You can find them at 500 President Clinton Ave, Suite 150.

Where are we going today?

Science doesn't always have to be grey labs, and math certainly doesn't have to be hours in front of a blackboard trying to work out Pythagoras. Nope! The Arkansas Museum of Discovery is a GREAT way for kids to explore these topics - because it was created FOR kids for that very purpose!

The museum aims to ignite the passion in kids for these often tough subjects, as they will be learning through creative play, using their imagination, experimenting and exploring.

The Arkansas Museum of Discovery has a range of great permanent exhibits where kids can really have some FUN! Amazing You is all about, well...YOU! The body really does amazing things, and in this exhibit kids can learn all about healthy choices and how that creates healthy bodies. They can see how moving your body keeps you healthy, and how much energy you need to do any given activity.

Discovery Hall is a great place for those who love (or want to love) math. This great exhibit ask questions and shapes answers, like what is force and energy, and how many is in a million.

Explore our planet in Earth Journeys, where you can find out what makes Arkansas unique, and even experience a tornado for yourself in Tornado Alley Theater!

With exhibits just for those kids under 6, and exhibits where kids can build fun things, there really are amazing things for kids to experience at the Arkansas Museum of Discovery.

Parents, we know you will be learning new things to! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$10
  • Children$8 (Under 12)
  • Free Under: 12 months.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Tues - Sat: 9am - 5pm / Sun: 1pm - 5pm

All year round. Closed Mondays except summer and some Monday holidays. Closed major holidays.

Teachers corner

Field trips are welcome with pre booking, outreach programs, teacher resources and more are also available. A GREAT place to be bringing students to really get a grip on those classes .

Any Top Tips?

Special events are also held across the year including Science After Dark, Tinkerfest, Wiggle Worms and Spark! Don't miss out! .

Doing our bit

Their aim is to ignite that passion in kids, as they really know how important education is to kids. .

Need a little extra help?

All levels of the museum are accessible, so everyone can come and have a great time! .

Can I get one of those?

The Explore Store is crammed with goodies, especially fun and educational gifts perfect to keep the learning going at home! The shop is also free access to those who are just walking past and don't even enter the museum!..

More information

Why not have your birthday party at the museum! What a great place for your child and their friends to play and learn. .

What people are saying?

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    My Grandchildren loved this place....so much too do. I really enjoyed the room geared toward younger children. Staff were so nice and helpful!

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    The focus is making science fun and interesting with lots of hands on experiments. Permanent exhibits include subjects on light, electricity, color, architecture, and robotics!

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    ME and my grandkid's love this place!!! A wonderful place to take your kids or grandkids.

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    This place is awesome! I always want to go here.

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    Wonderful hands on experience. Something for everyone and every age!

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