It's playtime! And well, learning too! (But the kids don't really know that!)
The Minnesota Children's Museum is a great place for kids to go and play in the interactive and hands-on exhibits where they can play, get creative, and experiment, all whilst learning key skills which are important for their development!
It sure will get the whole family thinking!
There are a number of permanent exhibits at the Minnesota Children's Museum, as well as some changing ones so you know there will be something new to go back to on your next visit!
Want to hear about those permanent one? Of course you do! Earth World is all about Minnesota! Kids can imagine and play in this interactive exhibits where they can experience the various environments of the state. Spend some time in the wetlands, forests and prairies all under the one kids-controlled roof!
Habitot lets the kids creep and crawl through hours of fun! Great for toddlers, they can touch, creep, reach and crawl about this special world with mats and pads for those sensitive knees and toes. The area is modelled after the state's four natural habitats, so it's great for them to experience the environment too!
Our World is where kids can connect, communicate and corporate in a neighbourhood environment - and even build their community experiences! Rooftop ArtPark merges nature and art in an impressive and creative outdoor gallery, so the whole family can create imaginative masterpieces. Those little ones can play under the 12 foot tree fort, and play with shadows and movement!
What would a children's museum be without an exhibit on the secrets of the world and the environment through problem-solving.
Fun, creative learning fun at the Minnesota Children’s Museum - it certainly will fill the day!
They are all about learning, so they make sure that all of the exhibit contribute to their development and needs!
The store and gift shop have snacks, sandwiches, cheese and crackers. There are also grab and go snacks.
The third Sunday of every month is FREE! Make sure you leave strollers in the car or at home because of the number of people who visit.
Save those pennies as there is a gift shop! Great to pick up those educational or fun items for the kids to take home.
Being a learning-focused museum, they of course welcome school groups! Give them a call to discuss field trip options
Feel free to bring your own food and drink (not allowed in the galleries), and the gift shop and store sell fresh fruit.
Give them a call to check their accessibility
3 hour parking is only $5!