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The Woodlands Children's Museum, The Woodlands
(3.9/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • My grandson always loved coming here. So much to do and see. He loved the grocery store and the large building blocks. 
  • Traveled from Dallas to visit. Thumbs up! So much to do to keep children entertained. Staff friendly always cleaning. Best advice: Come when they open, leave when they close to get money's worth becau...  more »
  • We love The Woodlands Children's Museum. It has wonderful activities for children of all ages and its the perfect size to not overwhelm little ones or moms with multiple children in toe. 
  • Live this place. I take my 3 year old son there often. He loves the special days as well as the normal days. We both love the staff and the volenteers. Everyone is amazing!!!! All the stations are wonderful at getting kids minds working.
  • Went to the Halloween event, the web page to buy the tickets didn't work, but said that active duty military is free. Get there and nope, it's eight bucks and cash only. Get inside and its just some streamers and a place to make a bag. Would not recommend
  • It's a small place but there's a lot to do. It took us about 2 hours to do everything. It's probably ideal for ages 3-6. Older kids might be bored, but there is a slower-paced area for toddlers so they don't get run over. The only complaint I have is about the lack of seating for adults. There is one bench and it's kind of hidden in the back. Maybe they're trying to encourage you to play with your kid, but sometimes you gotta take a break while the kids play on their own, especially when everything is designed for short people.
  • Soooooo many cool things for kids to do! This was the PERFECT place to bring my nephew!
  • Great place for kids, lots of activities and learning material. Went with my son to do some community service for his NCR program. Great time.