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Kohl Children's Museum, Glenview

#7 of 10 in Childrens Museums in Illinois
Children’s Museum Museum
Kohl Children’s Museum was founded to continue reaching educators and extend its service to meet the growing needs of families and the community at large through interactive exhibits and hands-on programs for children ages 18 months to 8 years of age.
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  • A gem of a museum for children from birth to about age eight. Children learn about babies, animals, motor vehicles, arts & crafts with hands on interactive exhibit areas. Usually very busy but the hou...  more »
  • The exhibits are great fun for the kids. Unfortunately the field trip kids are out of control. We spent a lot of time telling older kids to take turns, not hit, etc. While there seemed to be chaperone...  more »
  • This is the greatest attraction for young children. My favorite part to take the kids is the miniature Potbelly's and grocery store. I highly recommend this for a rainy day. Plan on about 2 hours for ...  more »
  • We love Kohl's Children's Museum! We come here every chance we have. Sometimes it's too crowded, but still worth visiting. The variety of exhibits is amazing! There are many activities for any age, babies, kids and adults. Also, the stuff is very helpful, and attentive. They engage in play with the kids, which helps them to get the most out of exploringand learning. We have a good time every time we go there.
  • This place was very fun for my young kids. There are many different types of activities. You can either make a day out of doing them all or more often what we do is visit just a few each visit. Last time we did art, music, the grocery store, and a special event where you got a teddy bear (for each child to keep!) and gave it a checkup either thermometer, stethoscope, x-ray, etc.
  • Great place to take a toddler to, especially when the weather outside doesn't permit them playing and burning energy. Bonus points for all the fun learning that is part of the deal. I'd recommend membership if you plan to frequent the place over paying at individual visits.
  • Took my brother here and it was quite fun. It is very interactive and something different in my opinion. The only reason I give this place 4 stars instead of 5 is because the food choices are limited so there was nothing he could eat. Lucky I brought him some snacks.
  • Better than staying at home, but the crowd was completely overwhelming to my 2 yo. He screamed any time I put him down bc of the pushing, chaos, and random booming voices over the loudspeaker. If I go again with him, I'll call ahead to see if they are expecting any school groups. There were at least four buses in the lot when we left after an hour and a half. Couldn't take it anymore. $24 was a lot to pay for 1.5 hours of tentative fun.