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Greensboro Children's Museum, Greensboro

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 180 reviews on the web
Today, more than 400 children’s museums throughout the United States break the rules of traditional institutions by encouraging visitors to touch, talk, have fun and learn. In a children’s museum, the audience is most important, not the objects. The exhibits, however, are catalysts for questions, exploration and discovery and the entire experience is a playground for the mind.
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  • We take our granddaughter regularly. We started taking her when she was still in a stroller and not ready to interact that much with the exhibits. But as she is getting older she seems to find new are...  read more »
  • This place is huge...there are lots of different areas to explore and it is a fun place for kids probably from ages 3 to about 8/maybe9. It wasn't the cleanest place, unorganized and actually pretty h...  read more »
  • You can easily spent 4 hours in this place.. I know because we did ! !! I couldn't even get the 10 and 6 year olds to leave for lunch and return after words.... Being able to climb all over the life s...  read more »
  • Fantastic children's museum. My opinion is a child over 9 or 10 might get bored easily. This museum is not very crowded and great for toddlers. Membership is the way to go if you live in the area.
  • We had a great time. They have a ton of space for the kids to run around. They did not have any canned exhibits, everything seemed novel. It was well-kept in general, appeared to be clean. They had the expansion area open even though it was not complete. Cons: Some of the buttons did not work in some things (media room) so basic maintenance would be better. Also, the music program they offered was weak. Just conducting? No banging or singing or similar? This is great now but could be a real gem once they finish the expanded area and the outdoor garden. UPDATE. We returned after six years with a nine year old and an eleven year old. Both are older than the target age but they still had fun. The garden was up and running with some nice features but a bit overgrown. They have a dig pit and mud pie area if your kids can get dirty. The rest of the museum is really just indoor play infrastructure. A pizza parlor, a train, cars and trucks, a low climb wall, giant blocks, a medical office, a post office, a stage, and others. Between this museum and the zoo we had a great time in Greensboro.
  • Kids seemed to like it well enough. 6yo and 3yo. Stayed entertained for 2hrs. Lots of areas to do hands on activities. Wide open play areas which make it easy to keep an eye on your kids.
  • My girls had a great time. After paying admission you get wristbands and you can come and go throughout that day. Awesome exhibits
  • My grandkids came in from va and i decided to take them to omega of the sight this week and this was one of them they had a blast haven't stop talking about it staff was extremely nice . Thank you
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