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Eureka! The National Children's Museum, Halifax

(3.7/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
A whole day of fun for kids and parents, Eureka! The National Children's Museum offers over 400 interactive displays designed to inspire and teach. Based on the North American model of children’s museums, this site is primarily aimed at families with kids aged 11 and under, encouraging intergenerational learning. Explore the museum’s four themed galleries, allowing children and parents to learn about the world around them by playing through several educational setups, including a mini town square and a variety of natural environments from around the world. The interactive museum also includes the Beach, one of the biggest outdoor sandpits in the country, and a Wonder Walk, an outdoor sensory trail. Book your tickets for this unusual experience online, and check for upcoming themed events and special activities. By using our Halifax tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Eureka! The National Children's Museum and other attractions in Halifax.
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  • We visited this Feb half term as a family of 5. We really enjoyed the place. The children really liked the Halifax bank and the M&S shop. There is plenty to do to keep children of all ages entertained...  more »
  • Took my 9 year old daughter for a treat during half term. She loved it, became a dentist, banker, shop keeper, mechanic and receptionist. Learnt lots and received a year pass for booking online. Highl...  more »
  • Took my daughter during the February Half Term holidays. We did go last year so had the Annual Pass,(you pay once and get in for 12 months if you sign up for the pass) which meant we skipped the queue...  more »
  • So varied, infinitely interactive and versatile to cater for children of all ages and interests! From experiences with sound through almost life size town simulation to interactive installations about the human body and mind and interactive story telling for younger ones. On a nice day the outside play areas are great too. If in the area we would definitely come back.
  • Great fun and lots of interactive activities and pretend play. My son spent ages in the garage pretending the fix cars and fill them with petrol. Highly recommended.
  • Visited for the second time with at least a five year gap, very little seemed to have changed in that time. Some sections were excellent but it was looking quite run down in places (chipped signage). My main problem was the price - over £50 for two adults and two kids, admittedly this is for an annual pass but we live two hours drive away and doubt we will return. Oh and they also want £3 for parking.
  • This is a great place for the kids but had to queue up to get in a long wait that stretches outside the building so if it's cold it wouldn't be ideal. I think it's suited to younger kids mainly primary school and older and it just wouldn't be of interest.
  • Great place to take babies, toddlers ad children. Super friendly staff and annual pass is good value.