Museum Outing for Two or Four to the Children’s Museum of Houston (Up to 58% Off)

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In a Nutshell

13 fun and interactive exhibits on engineering, environmental issues, and responsibility in the digital world inspire critical thinking

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 14th, 2012. May purchase multiples. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for special events outside normal business hours. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Children's museums keep kids out of regular museums, where they could knock over antiquities or see a bathing lady for the first time. Use your outdoor voice indoors with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $9 for two admissions (up to an $18 value)
  • $15 for four admissions (up to a $36 value)

Children's Museum of Houston offers free admission on select days; consult the schedule to make sure you redeem your Groupon at the most opportune time. Children younger than 1 years of age are always admitted for free.

Children’s Museum of Houston

While many children learn by performing hands-on tasks, school systems have yet to figure out how to incorporate gardens, imagination workshops, and towering aqueduct mazes into their budgets. With 90,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits, the Children's Museum of Houston sparks creativity by allowing kids to explore 14 learning stations. Named one of the 12 best children's museums in the country according to Forbes.com and ranked No. 1 among the 10 best children's museums in the nation by Parents magazine, Children's Museum of Houston encourages children to explore their curious nature with a variety of interactive exhibits. Exhibits include the interactive EcoStation, a solar-powered outdoor utopia with activities such as stream creation and leaf rubbing that inspire kids to think about environmental responsibility. At the Invention Convention workshop, kids can explore engineering possibilities with building blocks, propellers, and even basic robotics. The sprawling cityscape of Kidtropolis invites children to participate in a simulated economy. The experience requires them to earn paychecks, budget money on pretend debit cards, vote for political candidates, and learn how to obsessively check milk expiration dates at the onsite grocery store. Running through November 4, Instructables: Made In Your Mind will offer kids the chance to collaborate and create. Based on the principles of Instructables, the Instructables exhibit will feature a rotating set of instructions and materials at a variety of activity centers for kids to explore.

Children’s Museum of Houston

While many children learn by performing hands-on tasks, school systems have yet to figure out how to incorporate gardens, imagination workshops, and towering aqueduct mazes into their budgets. With 90,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits, the Children's Museum of Houston sparks creativity by allowing kids to explore 14 learning stations. Ranked No. 1 among the 10 best children's museums in the nation by Parents magazine, named one of the 12 best children's museums in the country by Forbes.com and one of the 10 best by USA TODAY, and voted Best Museum in 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014 by the Houston A-List Poll, the museum has accrued a lot of praise. The Huffington Post has also given a nod to the Children's Museum of Houston, which encourages children to explore their curious nature with a variety of interactive exhibits. Exhibits include the interactive EcoStation, a solar-powered outdoor utopia with activities such as stream creation and leaf rubbing that inspire kids to think about environmental responsibility. At the Invention Convention workshop, kids can explore engineering possibilities with building blocks, propellers, and even basic robotics. The sprawling cityscape of Kidtropolis invites children to participate in a simulated economy. The experience requires them to earn paychecks, budget money on pretend debit cards, vote for political candidates, and learn how to obsessively check milk expiration dates at the onsite grocery store.


Tips from Groupon Customers

  • “Get there on time and stay all day enjoying the many activities they have ;-)”

  • “Good food options also , as well as excellent activities . ”

  • “It's a good place to entertain the children. ”


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