Flint Childrens Museum Flint
Where is it at?
Flint Childrens Museum
1602 W. University Ave
Tel: 810 767 5437
Parking is free. Spaces are available next to the museum and in the parking lot behind the Consumers Energy substation.
Where are we going today?
Why wouldn't you want to spend the day in a place whose mission is to awaken imagination through learning and hands-on play! That's exactly the goal of the Flint Children's Museum!
This great museum is perfect for kids from around 2 years to 10, as they are filled with fascinating exhibits and fun adventures for kids, where they can develop all of their skills, from cognitive and social, to emotional and physical!
It's a place where they can have a great time, but learn key steps that will help them grow up happy and healthy.
The Flint Children's Museum have ensured that each exhibit brings something new and creative to each child.
Take The Discovery Zone, where their rotating exhibits (every three months) offer something new for the kids! The Health & Fitness exhibit lets kids learn all about their bodies, their bones, and how important it is to stay healthy.
Our Town lets kids live in their own town, complete with grocery store, pizza parlor, and a post office! For those younger kiddies, there is Tot Spot, perfect for under 3s. Here, the exhibit space let's the toddlers enjoy age appropriate toys and activities, specifically chosen for their development.
If you have kids who LOVE engines, then Transportation Alley is for them! They can even drive their own fire truck! Can you hear the engines already?
A great place for kids to just enjoy themselves, and learn as they do so (but not realize it!). The Flint Children's Museum has every child as their no. 1 priority, so why not visit so they can give your kids the best time!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 12 months
When can we go?
10am - 5pm Tues - Sat / 12pm - 4pm Sun
Closed Mondays (groups on request possible)
They have developed the exhibits with the help of area teachers and administrators to demonstrate and reinforce the Michigan Curriculum benchmarks and standards for children ages 2-10. The FCM is the perfect way to complement your classroom lessons in a fun, hands-on environment!.
There are plenty of places to enjoy some food before your visit! It's best to enjoy something prior to visiting..
Any Top Tips?
They love having birthdays celebrated with them, so why not check out their private rooms available, with party extras so you can make sure it's the best day possible.
Doing our bit
They know the kids are first, so they have created every exhibit with development and learning in mind. They are a non-profit charitable organization too! .
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, speak to staff when you arrive to see the best areas for you!.
Can I get one of those?
The gift shops is in the reception area, and has a great collection of unique toys and games for kids of all ages! There are great gifts and souvenirs to be found, so make sure you take the pocket money! Educational items too.
They have great fun experiences each week scheduled, so kids can learn about a specific theme or topic! Check out the schedule for more details.
What people are saying?
by laura sabucco
This place is fun I've been here before
by Ryan Merten
A very nice place. There is only one region devoted to science perse. That said the other displays were pretty cool: a puppetry and shadow puppet room, small climbing wall, a sensation room for little ones, and my favorite a small city.
The city as it were is a pizza house, grocery store, house, and car all in close proximity which gives an interesting element one rarely sees at kids museum, a way to talk about society and infrastructure.
There is also an outdoor space that looks like they are setting up as a community garden.
by Elijah Cole
It is the best place I have at you can have fun at thir
by Karen Jones
I've brought my kids many times through the years, now is Great place to take my granddaughter.
by Sandra Welch
Love it here dinosaur world,