The Discovery Museums - The Discovery Museums is comprised of two buildings on our 4-plus acre campus. At the Children's Discovery Museum, younger children (toddlers through early grades) learn while they play. At the Science Discovery Museum, children and adults of all ages explore scientific concepts and hands-on creativity.
Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum They have a great out reach program - Star Lab
THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF MANHATTAN emphasizes early childhood education, creativity, health and world cultures. Through exhibits like Little West Side and Ancient Greece, lifestyle workshops, programs and performances, children have fun while learning about the world around them and how to take care of their bodies. Parents also come to a greater understanding about how children learn. (Free on the first Friday of the month, 5–8pm)
The Kohl Children's Museum in Glenview, IL Kohl Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago is a hands-on learning laboratory for children ages birth to 8. All of our exhibits and programs are aligned to the Illinois State Learning Standards and are designed to make learning fun and interesting for young children.
Children's Museum - Homeschool Day Sept 15, 2014
Kidspace Children's Museum offers tours for regular school groups and homeschool students. Southern California's premier children's museum offers almost four acres of interactive learning environments with age-appropriate programs and activities for children in Prekinder to 8th grade. A Kidspace field trip is your group's all-access pass to a full day of learning and play. - See more at: http://www.kidspacemuseum.org/teachers-groups/rates-discounts#sthash.PTFAgrWp.dpuf
The Delaware Children's Museum is a great place for kids to learn about math, science and technology as they play with exhibits such as Bank On It and The Power of Me. They're open 363 days a year!
Fairbanks, AK - The Fairbanks Children's Museum is full of interactive exhibits and creative outlets designed to bring out the curiosity and a spark for life-long learning in young people and their families. Role-playing, science, art, building, sensory, physical movement, and water play are all some of the experiences that children can explore.