Childrens Museum of Houston

Houston, TX

Where is it at?

Childrens Museum of Houston
1500 Binz Street

713 522 1138

Where are we going today?

It's so much fun when you find a place where kids can not only have an amazing time, BUT (parents you will like this) they can learn at the same time!

The Children's Museum of Houston is filled with fun, fascinating and very hands-on exhibits so kids can not only learn through looking, but through touching, playing, experimenting and creating. 

Ready to hear some of the amazing exhibits that the Children's Museum of Houston has? Great - because we're ready to tell you!

How about starting with a little culture? Growing Up In Korea gives kids an insight into all things Korea - from film, music, fashion and even food. 

Feeling a little creative? What do you think of the livestock show and rodeo art school where kids can look at the unique collection of artwork that has actually been created by students from all over Texas! Maybe they will be inspired to pick up a brush of their own!? 

If you have kids in the family that love using their hands, the Building Zone might be where they want to head! It's filled with hands-on activities that really encourage children to learn about engineering and physics. Plus they can build things!

Kids can harness the power of water at FlowWorks, or learn all about how plants grow at EcoStation. There, they can also explore nature, woodland areas, gardens and ponds - and admire the beauty of nature!

We haven't even begun to scratch the surface yet! There is so much to explore at the Children's Museum of Houston we need to keep some of it a secret!

Have a great time - Texas style! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10

Children: $10

Discount: Free Family Night Thursday 5-8 p.m.

Free Under: 12 months.


Need a little extra help?

The museum is accessible to EVERYONE! We love that! There are also 6 handicap spaces available


When can we go?

10am - 6pm Tues to Sat / 12pm - 6pm Sun / 10am - 8pm Thurs

All year round. Closed some major holidays


Any top tips?

First time visitors often spend about 4 hours at the museum, so take that into account - there is a lot to see!

I’m Hungry!

The Fresh Cafe at the museum sells tasty lunch options, snacks and drinks. Make sure you're not learning on an empty stomach! There are burgers, hot dogs, pizza and tasty grilled cheese - yum!

Healthy Eating

The cafe also sells salads, preservative free sandwiches, and vegetarian options - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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