Linked with the Huntsville Depot and the Alabama Constitution Village, the Earlywork’s Children’s Museum is a fun day out – especially for the little ones!
The Earlyworks Children’s Museum is a place where kids can spend the day discovering, learning and getting creative – all through play! Yep – this is a museum where you won’t see any “Do Not Touch” signs! Here, kids can pull, climb, touch, explore – and of course have a great time!
There is SO much for kids to enjoy at the Earlywork’s Children’s Museum in Alabama. They can hear stories from the Talking Tree, and get lost with characters in magical and faraway places.
Those musical little ones can play a turn on the larger than life instruments when they visit the Alabama bandstand, and those future engineers and construction geniuses can try their hand at building when they visit the Kidstruction Zone! What will YOU make today!
Think that’s all? Nope! Kids can explore a 46ft Keelboat, and sail across the seas, or trade at the General Store. Fancy going back in time? Then kids might just want to try on some 1800s clothing at the federal house.
If you have little ones in the family at Pre-school, then they should head on over to Biscuit’s Backyard, where they can explore and play in a touch and learn area that has been designed JUSE for them! They can play in the grocery store, enjoy the garden, splash around in the water table or even sing some karaoke!
How amazing does that sound! Learning doesn’t always mean books, and that’s evident at the Earlyworks Children’s Museum – so let’s get playing!