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Boca Raton Children's Museum, Boca Raton

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
Who: The Boca Raton Children's Museum was founded in 1979 by the Junior League of Boca Raton and was the first children's museum in the State of Florida.

What: The Museum offers educational programs to children, both those who are young and those who are young at heart, through permanent and traveling exhibits on the campus or through the educational outreach program, the Traveling Museum.

Where: Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. The Museum serves the Palm Beach County community as well as the communities of Broward and Martin Counties.

Why: The bottom line? The Museum is here for the children. Since inception over 30 years ago, the Museum has helped to educate well over a million children.
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  • Best place to take the kids on a very hot or a rainy afternoon. We love it here, we go at least once a week, my son just can't get enough. His favorite is the fully stocked grocery store! It's a must ...  read more »
  • This "children's museum" is an old house filled with toys and playsets for toddlers and very young children. We came here after reading the TA reviews, and were under the impression that the entrance ...  read more »
  • I have been here many times with my now 4 1/2 year old daughter. She never tires of the place, its good for a 90-120 min stay. its low key, no high tech stuff, which I prefer. the kids actually need t...  read more »
  • Was a little hesitant with a 4 month old - but we both loved it! Everyone was super nice and great way to meet other moms. Love all the rooms with different activities in each. Looking forward to the story time classes!
  • Always have a good experience. Staff is very pleasant. It is indeed small, as it is an old house converted into a children's museum, it consists of 6 rooms, 9ne for story telling, one for a tiny little one's playground, another a grocery play, doctor's office, baby paded room, and another with little trains, kitchen. My 4 year old loved coming and playing as well as my 8 month old.
  • We have two toddlers and they love it here. We have to tear them away to leave. We just bought the yearly membership because we know we will continue to come back. They are building two new attractions a pirate ship and a water play area. Great for kids 5 and under.
  • I saw that there was a museum where my daughter and I had lunch and I thought well we have time for a museum. I drove around and around and saw this little house but didn't think that it was it. I kept driving around. And when I finally realized this was the "museum" I was like yeah no. And we left and found something else to do. I think that it shouldn't be called a museum. Maybe a baby/children playhouse but not a museum especially after reading some of the other reviews. They are saying it's not worth the trip or the money.
  • Under new management who operates the aging neighborhood facility as if it is a chain restaurant. The change is so drastically terrible it will make you legitimately angry.. Awful people ruining a decent place.
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