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Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum


category : Learning Centers
The children's museum, part of the Museum of the Southwest complex, features three exhibition areas filled with natural light from twelve skylights and numerous glass block clerestory windows. The museum is an exciting place that stresses interactive learning. Through pure creation and imagination, the hands-on exhibits make learning fun. Explore Citiscape, a multi-level, child-size city complete with a bank, grocery store, television station and more. Exhibits for children ages 4 - 12, with a computer area and pre-school play area. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.


Admission: Sundays are free for all visitors.
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, 2 PM to 5 PM
Closed Mondays and holidays.
Address: 1705 W. Missouri
Phone: 432-683-2882
Our Website:www.museumsw.org/Childrens/ChildHome.html
Guided tours by reservation. Tours for non-members are $2 per person. Children 1 and under are free.

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