Choose Between Two Options
$25 for a one-year one-named-parent family membership ($49.50 value)
- Admission for the one parent named on the membership
- Admission for all children younger than 18 who live in the home
$25 for a one-year one-named-grandparent family membership ($49.50 value)
- Admission for the one grandparent named on the membership
- Admission for all grandchildren younger than 18 who are in one family
While at the museum, additional adults can be added to one-year membership for a $10 fee.
Housed in a colorful, almost 8,500-square-foot palace, Hands On Children’s Museum unfurls 20 exhibits that encourage children to learn through exploration and play. Kids emulate grownup workers in a post office, bank, grocery store, and TV station.
Hands on Children's Museum
Somehow, Hands on Children's Museum has managed to fit an entire town into its 8,500-square-foot space. Servers pour pretend milkshakes at a '50s-themed cafe, tellers work at the Kids Mini Bank, and all sorts of townsfolk stock up on the essentials at the Winn-Dixie Lil' Grocery. Here, working cash registers, conveyer belts, and miniature carts give kids the feeling that they're really shopping for their families. There's even a spaceship, just like in every small American town.
In total, 20 main exhibits let kids take on the roles of grownup workers or use costumes and puppets to enter a world of complete fantasy. Hands on Children's Museum also hosts special events, such as story time, face painting, and the opportunity to pet a live chicken.