The exhibits and displays at Columbia Children's Museum, also known as aMuse'um, opens a world of past, present and future exploration that encourages all kids to be thinkers, learners and creators!
Aimed for kids up to 8 years, the exhibits are all designed to be interacted with or handled so parents can relax and let their kids explore in the way that comes naturally to them!
Most exhibits come with relevant period or topic dressing up resources, plus hands on activities and learning games to help retain the wealth of information.
Kids might want to visit the Small Town Charm, with farm-to-table play areas where kids can learn about food. They might want to put on that doctors coat and save lives, or they might want to be a vet and look after some poorly animals!
It's not just the exhibits that encourage kids to have a great time at the Columbia Children's Museum. They also host fun special events that you won't want to miss, including Daddy-Daughter Dances, Princess Parties, Superhero Parties and Food Truck festivals!
They also have after school programs where kids can enjoy additional classes such as photography, art and more.
It's a day of learning and fun at the Columbia Children's Museum, so why not get ready for a day where that creativity can flow, those imaginations can run wild, and kids can well, be kids!
Free parking is available in marked spaces in the downtown area for up to three hours, or you may park in the lot across from Alexander's Storage on 8th St. Simply park in this lot and walk up through the parking areas through a red brick breezeway known as "Whiskey Alley" and you will arrive at W. 7th St. Turn left toward aMuse'um, located at 123 W. 7th St.Get directions
One free adult per paid child. Additional adults $5
There are small tables in the back, so feel free to bring your own snacks or lunch!
Imagine having the whole museum to yourself, family & friends. aMuse'um is a favorite location for birthday parties, but book ahead because they fill up quickly!
They love to host field trips so just give them a call and arrange in advance!
The third Saturday of each month aMuse’um will open at 10 AM for families with children on the autism spectrum or children with sensory processing disorders
They offer weekend programs too including Llama Llama Pajama Party! Keep an eye out for those