Families explore kid-friendly engineering and design concepts with hands-on activities and building challenges
What You'll Get
- Kids 5-12 and their guardians can explore the Sensor Maze, build and race K’Nex racers, create structures with foam bricks, experience a giant kaleidoscope, and more. The Experience Gallery, Pop-Up Engineering, and Explore It! monthly events are included in the admission (ages 3-5). See the website for dates and activity details.
- Guests can bring their own snacks or lunch and use the lunchroom or visit restaurants located within a few blocks of the museum. Visitors are allowed to re-enter after a lunch break
- Amenities: vending machine, two unisex family restrooms and changing tables
- Transportation: free parking
The Fine Print
About The Works Museum
A small museum with a big impact, The Works encourages kids to build, explore, and create with their grown-ups. With features including the K'Nex Ball Machine -- a 22-foot tall kinetic sculpture made from more than 115,000 K'Nex pieces, the new Brick Pixel Pics activity, and a full-sized solar race car you can see up close, this museum inspires kids to make their own creations.