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Children's Museum of Oak Ridge, Oak Ridge

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Children’s Museum
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I live and work in this area and have only recently been to the Children's Museum. It is incredible. There are activities for all children. Trains, doll houses, space, archaeology, etc... I've been to...  more »
  • The museum is terrific. The admission price is reasonable. It tells the history of Oak Ridge and the surrounding area. Additionally, they offer special programs and activities for children. Many of th...  more »
  • We live in Knoxville and ended up buying a family membership because we visited so often. It has a lot of fun things for small kids. I would recommend that anyone with small children visit this place....  more »
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  • This place is great. Some of the exhibits are a little old and run down, but there is still so many great things. There is a life size doll house for kids, small boat racing, and many other neat and educational exhibits for children and adults. We go at least once a year or more.
  • Great, cheap place. You're not exactly getting a Smithsonian, but can't really beat an easy way to kill a Saturday with a little kid for the price. The life size doll house is fantastic. Took forever to lure my kid out of it and the see the rest.
  • This place is amazing, and full of historical memorabilia. Check out the future home!
  • I'm disappointed that there were not more educational information in the exhibits that had "animals", even if to indicate a name of the creature. There were a couple rooms that had private parties going on where we awkwardly walked into because there were no signs indicating there was a party (and the doors were open). It didn't take long to figure out the museum building is in fact an old school and the rooms/areas that were closed, gave off a creepy vibe. We were so excited for our son to see the caboose outside only to find out at the very end that it's only accessible to visitors one day a month. We attempted to contact the museum before our 30 minute drive out there to inquire more about the exhibits but were connected to an answering service without an option to speak to a person. Our 2 year old seemed to enjoy himself but I really don't think we'll come back. There are many updates and cleaning that need to be performed in this museum. Oh and bathroom stalls don't have locks.
  • Very nice lots to see and you can spend the whole day with your child