Delaware Children's Museum Wilmington
Where is it at?
Delaware Children's Museum
550 Justison Street
Tel: 302 654 2340
Where are we going today?
The Delaware Children's Museum builds imaginative minds through play and math-, science- and technology-based informal learning. What's informal learning? It's when children learn through their own exploration and activity, as they follow their personal interests and grasp concepts naturally. Also referred to as "playful learning," it's what kids do best!
There are seven thrilling and enthralling huge interactive exhibit rooms that will delight, entertain and ever so subtly educate every age of child, and we're not excluding you! With scientific, environmental, social and technological themes there really is something for everybody.
Plus enormous travelling exhibits of limited tenure, including things like The Wizard Of Oz (2013 and 14).
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 12 months.
When can we go?
9am to 4:30pm, 363 days a year, 7 days a week. Closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
What people are saying?
by College Bound Coaching LLC
My boys, who are 2, 7, and 9, love the Children's Museum. They always have a good time! Our season pass comes due in a couple of months and I'm looking forward to renewing.
If you're looking for something to do with your young children, this is a great place to spend the day.
by Nicholas Cookson
My wife and I love taking our one and three year old sons here. Is not a large location, but the activities keep the kids entertained for hours and they always bring home at least one arts and craft project they did home. With the development of the waterfront we have even more reason to come to the museum.
by Craig Kunitsky
This is an excellent children's museum that has many different activities for kids of all age levels. The kids do not get bored easily here. We go there about 2 times per month and it's a great place to bring the kids' friends.
by Adrianna Martinez
My daughter absolutely loves coming here! We have such a fun time exploring the exhibits. Great weekend activity.
by Michael MacFarland
We are regular visitors from dc. Lots of fun learning for the children. Not huge, but big enough for lots of fun.