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Children's Museum of Kansas City


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Children's Museum of Kansas City The Children's Museum is a hands-on learning center designed for families and children ages 2-8. Interactive discovery-based exhibits channel curiosity, promote problem-solving skills, and teach various aspects of art, science, history and daily life.

Hands-on activities offer fun learning experiences--please touch!
Jumpstart a child's love for learning. Come explore a museum that invites them to "Touch everything!" Exhibits are designed to stimulate the imagination and creativity of children ages two through eight and encourage all-age family interaction.

A number of exhibits compliment and support the educational curriculum of the Kansas City metropolitan area by providing "Community Worker" role- playing environments. Classroom course materials are available. In addition, the Museum has after school programs tailored for scouting badge requirements, community outreach and private parties.


Admission: $3.50 per person, Children 2 and under free
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 9:30-5:00
Sunday, 1:00-5:00
Mondays during June, July, & August, 9:30-5:00
Address: 4601 State Ave.
Phone: 913-287-8888
Our Website:www.geocities.com/~kidmuzm/index.html

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