Fascinate-U Children's Museum has been giving kids a safe place whey they can learn and play through creative role-playing for over 20 years! Think how much fun has been had at this Fayetteville favorite!
Geared towards walkers to kids 12 years of age, Fascinate-U Children's Museum offers a large number of fun and educational hands on exhibits on a variety of inspiring themes spread over several floors, designed to each teach something new and unique!
Have you ever wanted to milk a cow? You can at the farm exhibit! Kids can learn where food originates, discover barnyard animal sounds and even see farm equipment.
Kids can pretend to be mum and dad as they shop for groceries and visit the bakery, which also happens to be a great place to learn about eating choices!
Get those safety hats on because we're in the construction zone! This area encourages and enhances problem solving, as well as hand-eye coordination, and spacial perception as they build different structures at this fun site!
Kids can map out enemy forces in the army zone, or deliver the mail to several sites across the museum in the Post Office. Great for those reading skills!
There are exhibits that explain the basics of 911 and what an emergency is, or they might want to be a judge and learn about the justice system.
It's real life fun, kiddie style at Fascinate-U Children's Museum! The biggest question is kids, what will you discover first?
They do great birthday parties so why not celebrate in style with friends!!
They offer a variety of science programs available for educators (both traditional and homeschoolers) that are tailored to meet NC State K-5 curriculum standards. Most of the programs are adaptable to any age, and they also provide programming for Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts badges and pins.
Just speak to staff about the accessibility of the events, they will be happy to help!
The City of Fayetteville offers free 2 hour and 3 hour parking on downtown streets.
Pay parking is located in the lot behind the museum. The cost of pay parking is 50 cents/hour.
Parking in Downtown is free during the weekends.