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The largest children's museum in the world just got even bigger with the addition of a new 7.5-acre outdoor health and fitness area that encourages activity through multiple sports. The new space, called Riley Children's Health Sports Legends...more
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This place is a GREAT!! I had to keep pulling my toddler to my direction and she went the opposite way:) my teenagers found their own way in the museum too!! It is an attraction to visit. Thinking about getting a membership to come back,...More
Went with family including 4 teens. Maybe more geared towards low teens and under but was still a great place. The outdoor sports exhibit was really great - all kinds of sports event to try. Recommend checking that out. Staff super friendly too.
The Children's Museum was at the top of the long list of adventures our grandchildren prioritized when they came to visit this summer. They thoroughly enjoyed the museum indoors, and our grandson was especially excited by the new sports attraction for kids outside. Inside and...More
It was pricey - I will say that. For 2 adults and a toddler it costed us $85 for entry. We didn't get to experience the sports experience, but my toddler LOVED the dinos, the DC Superheroes exhibit and the play area for kids under...More
I have two toddlers and this place is fun for the entire family. My only complaint would be the food. It is not very good and it’s kind of expensive. Other than that the place itself is amazing for kids and adults.
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Outdoor areas are weather dependent, and as safety is our top priority, rough weather conditions may require rain delays or closure of the outdoor experiences. The indoor areas of the sports experience do remain open if the... More
Outdoor areas are weather dependent, and as safety is our top priority, rough weather conditions may require rain delays or closure of the outdoor experiences. The indoor areas of the sports experience do remain open if the outdoor portions close. The core five floors of the museum do not close do to weather, unless it is very extreme weather (like a massive blizzard that would shut down the city, which only happens once every few years.) In these extreme cases, we share this information on our website and social media. You can always call ahead to hear the latest on our outdoor closures. Thanks for checking!