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Santa Fe Children's Museum, Santa Fe

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
Founded in 1985, The Santa Fe Children’s Museum builds upon a child's natural sense of joy and discovery by cultivating habits of inquiry in the arts, sciences, and humanities. As one of the top children’s destinations in Santa Fe, the Museum hosts over 80,000 visitors per year, including 10,000 school children on field trips. The museum also offers one of the largest teen employment, internship and volunteer opportunities in New Mexico. As an educational institution, the Museum provides leadership on issues concerning children. Through its exhibits, programs, staffing, and governance, the museum recognizes and reflects its community’s economic, ethnic, and cultural diversity. The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
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  • This museum is very cute they have a small door for kids to go thru and they thought that was awesome. They have a lot of plants growing outside and huge sand pit which the kids played in most of the ...  read more »
  • The re-opened museum is full of fun. From bubbles to rolling balls, all of it is interactive. You could easily spend one or two hours totally engaged in activities that delight old and young alike. 
  • Went with my grandchildren 1 1/2 and 5. This is no way a museum but it is a wonderful play experience. Both kids enjoyed themselves immensely. There is nothing much for adults but a great experience f...  read more »
  • I thought it's a small boring place for babies-my lil one's expression. Staffs were kind and helpful, facility is well prepared with various materials. We could have spend all day there. Oh, you can re-enter the museum with stamp!!!
  • Beautiful indoor/outdoor space with lots of open ended creative activities. Best for preschool and elementary school aged children.
  • i think there should be a local discount. but the kids like it there. there even a place 4 the littles
  • My daughter is now 26 years old. She has Down Syndrome. She has never been able to experience the museum. She has a pacemaker which does not allow her anywhere near magnets.
  • Love it! So much fun and way less busy than explora
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