Baby playing at a children's museum
Fun Children's Museums Around The World To Visit On Your Family Trip
The National Children's Museum in Halifax, England, is dedicated to the learning journey of children up to 11, catering to their every interest and curiosity.
The All About Me exhibit invites children to discover the wonders of the human body, and the Spark Gallery ignites children's artistic side through interactive projects.
This children's museum in Indianapolis is the largest in the world. Dinosphere features life-sized dinosaur replicas and interactive displays.
The Children's Museum
Visitors can blast into outer space at Beyond Spaceship Earth. Playscape is an area for children aged 5 and under that highlights hands-on activities and sensory play.
Nestled in Mexico City's Chapultepec Park, this museum has five thematic areas, including the Ideas Laboratory, where kids can experiment with building.
Papalote Museo Del Niño
Another highlight of the museum is the 360-degree visual experience that transports visitors to different places, stories, and cultures with state-of-the-art simulations.
This children's museum is the second-oldest in the world. Little ones will immediately be drawn to the New Balance Climb, a three-story climbing sculpture.
Boston Children's Museum
At the Science Playground, children can engage with the laws of motion, and at Johnny's Workbench, they can try their hand at simple woodworking — safe and supervised.
The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester hosts the largest collection of toys, dolls, and games, with over half a million items across cultures and generations.
National Museum Of Play
For energetic children, the museum offers many physical activities, such as the Skyline Climb, which features beams, ropes, bridges, and a zipline platform across the museum.