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Marbles Kids Museum, Raleigh

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Known for hands-on exhibits, Marbles Kids Museum is geared toward children under ten. Your little ones will have fun and learn as they participate in activities like the Kid Grid, which teaches about electricity, and Ideaworks, where children build machines. Other exhibits offer lessons about saving money, living in a city, and making art. Don't miss the IMAX theater that screens major motion pictures. Purchase your IMAX ticket first, then add a museum ticket to save money on admission. Visit the website for a calendar of special events, such as classes and presentations. Put Marbles Kids Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Raleigh itinerary planner.
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  • I went here with my friend and her infant while I was visiting them. I was really amazed at how affordable it was and how much there was to do there. We walked around the whole museum, although most o...  more »
  • Our four and one year old sons had an absolute blast. This place is so well put together and maintained. The staff is friendly. A definite stop for families with youngsters!  more »
  • My kids and I went here for the afternoon. They love this place because there are so many hands on activities for them to do. It's fairly cheap at $5 a person. It will probably take you several hours ...  more »
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  • I have a 1 yr old and 3 yr old and am not sure who loves it more. Go for the membership! We spend ALL day here 5+ hours and I still have to drag them out! Great for little ones and older kids. So much to do and explore!
  • My kids love going here! They have things for all ages. It only costs $5/person and the season pass is relatively inexpensive too! I highly recommend for locals and travelers.
  • This is a great place to go! The staff is upbeat and friendly, each room has a different theme, and most things have an underlying educational component (just don't tell the kids). For $5 a piece we could have stayed all day! I gave it 4 🌟 instead of 5 because some of their equipment is beginning to show it's age and needs updating.
  • This place is fantastic! Well designed, plenty of fun and exploration activities for kids. Literally puts Legoland and other spots to shame. Plan on 4 hours to fully explore, and you probably still have to pull your kids away. Can get crowded on the weekends, so plan to get there early before the crowds show up.
  • First time going and first time for our very young son. Well worth the visit. Was clean, organized, educational, and fun. It's also a place that carries a very high revisit value. Can't wait for our next visit.