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The 10 Most Exciting Kid Museum In The World

Our world is full of fascinating museums waiting to be explored. From ancient museums to science museums, each one has something special and unique to offer. However, in this comprehensive guide, we are mainly going to focus on kid’s museums. Here you’ll be able to find 10 Kid Museum that will absolutely amaze your children.

With that said, your kids will be able to explore different museum exhibits, ranging from animals, and habitats to artifacts, gems.

So without further ado:

Let’s dive right in, and see which are the 10 best kids museums in the world.

Imaginosity, Dublin Kid Museum

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This will be the perfect place for your kid if you believe it has a broad spectrum of imagination. The Imaginosity museum is located in the Sandyford area of the city. As the name suggests, it is a fantastic place for kids under 10 years old. Children above that age might not be able to really appreciate and have fun while exploring the exhibits as younger kiddos.

In this kid museum, many attractions are available, some of which are a Post Office, Grocery store, and a Doctor’s surgery. The best part of the museum is that it has available a full-sized car exhibit where kids can play mechanics and have enjoyment. Your kid can choose to play in any area that suits it best. A wide array of choices are available.

What’s more, is that your kids can play for 2 hours straight in the different playgrounds of the museum, while you’re having a drink or eating in the cafe area.

A downside we’ve noticed here is that the museum gets overcrowded quite often, especially on holidays. To escape the rush hour, our suggestion would be to pre-book a ticket online.

The Imaginosity museum in Dublin is a place that your child should definitely visit while it’s still young.

Children’s Museum, Houston

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If you are looking to entertain your kids while you are having a drink, the Children’s Museum in Houston is the place that will fascinate your kids. It features some incredible exhibits, such as How Does It Work, Kidtropolis, and Powerplay attractions.

The cool part here is that there is a chart designating suitable places based on child age. But, like the previous children’s museum, if your kids are older than 10 years, they might find the exhibits in this museum quite ordinary and regular.

Yet, for younger kids, this place would be perfect. They will even want to get back for more. Your kids will absolutely fall in love with this museum’s exhibits.

Keep an eye for school groups because the museum can get highly overcrowded, which causes unnecessary irritation.

All in all, the Children’s Museum in Houston is definitely worth the place.

Children’s War Museum, Seoul

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If your kid is keen on wars in modern history, then the Children’s War Museum in Seoul would be a fantastic place for your child. The area is one of the most popular and notable attractions in the city due to its astonishing exhibits and guides. 5 different sections are available in the museum. All of these are mixtures of playgrounds and educational materials where kids can have fun and learn new things.

The Children’s War Museum features everything about the Korean War. Especially the relationship and struggles between South and North Korea. Moreover, this museum is also suitable for adults.

There’s an interactive and informative, yet fun playground for kids to enjoy. Like the previous museums, this place can get full very quickly on the weekends and on holidays too. Hence, you’ll have to wait in a queue if you happen to stumble on a rush hour.

Children’s Book Museum, The Hague

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If your kid loves to read books and is fascinated by book characters, the Children’s Book Museum will shine a light over your kid’s thoughts. The museum is located in the National Library in The Hague, near The Hague Central Station.

The Children’s Book Museum displays interactive playgrounds of some of the kid’s favorite book characters. Some of those book characters are the Frog, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

There are two sections available based on the age range. One is suitable for kids, ranging from 0 to 6 years old, and the other is perfect for kids over 7 years of age. The first section features two permanent attractions: I Am Frog and ABC with animals. The ABC exhibit covers a lot of exciting children’s books, all featuring unique games.

Most of the museum’s exhibits are only available in Dutch. However, the I Am Frog exhibit is bilingual.

The Children’s Book Museum is definitely a place for kids who are keen on books.

Children Museum, Muscat, Oman

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If your kid has a creative mind, then the Children’s Museum in Muscat, Oman, will absolutely help your child’s creativity to shine and thrive. The museum is lying near to the Nation Park of the city. Moreover, the museum features a beautifully designed building that has been lying for over 20 years now.

What’s unique about this museum is that it’s separated into three different sections. Human life, physics, and earth evolution. The interactive learning center is the children’s favorite place. They simply love it.

The museum features a wide variety of scientific exhibits, some of which are Electrolysis, expansion of gases, sound, visual perception, and reaction times.

Your kid will absolutely fall in love with the scientific attractions and exhibits, the museum has to offer. It’s perfectly suitable for kids, ranging between 7 and 12 years old.

The museum is open all year round, every day except for Friday. It costs only 3 cents per kid to enter, and it is definitely worth seeing the attractions. After your kid has gone through all of the museum exhibits, you can take it for a walk in the National Park, located close to the museum.

Zoom Kindermuseum, Vienna

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If you are staying in Vienna with your kids, then you shouldn’t worry about your children getting bored. That’s because Vienna features multiple museums specifically designed for kids. However, we’ll focus on one of the best children’s museums in the city, and that’s the Zoom Kindermuseum located at the Museumsquartier.

The place features a vast array of interactive playgrounds. That’s where your children can learn different things about water, earth, and science.

Typically, the museum opens late compared to other museums in the area. It’s closed only on Monday. Each playground costs differently, usually ranging from 4 to 6 euros. The staff is fantastic and turns unique and individual attention to every kid with a handful of questions.

The Zoom Kindermuseum is definitely worth checking out.

Children’s Museum, Chicago

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If you are simply looking for a massive museum with heaps of exhibits, then the Children’s Museum in Chicago is the perfect place for you. It’s located adjacent to the Navy Pier, which is also one of the most notable tourist areas in Chicago.

Your children will be able to climb and explore multiple attractions, ensuring they will be entertained for hours.

One of the most notable exhibits in the museum is the kid-sized city. Children really love that one. A lot of other rooms are featured with different exhibits and attractions, in case your kids get bored quickly.

The Children’s Museum in Chicago is a vast museum that will absolutely make your kids have fun for hours.

Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center, Honolulu

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As the name suggests, if your kid loves to explore and discover new stuff, then this would be the perfect place for it. The Hawaii Children’s Discovery Museum features three large floors, including a miniature hospital, post office, diner, grocery store, and pet hospital. The best part of the museum is the bank where children can role-play different duties and learn things about the bank’s economy and more.

The Hawaii Children’s Discovery Museum is open only for a few hours during the workdays and slightly more during the weekend. Our suggestion would be to visit the museum in the morning so you can have enough time to check each and every exhibit.

After your kids have checked all of the museum’s attractions, you can simply head to the beach and have a beautiful sunny day with your family.

The Swiss Transport Museum, Lucerne

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If your kid is keen on cars from its early ages, then you should definitely take it to The Swiss Transport Museum In Lucerne. The museum features a vast amount of cars, planes, trains, and boats. It’s suitable for both younger and older kids. Even adults might find the exhibits interesting and compelling. There’s also IMAX theatre and planetarium available, suitable for kids above 6 years.

The museum is open all year round. As we stated above, it’s suitable for both kids and adults. It’s definitely worth checking it out.

London Transport Museum

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If you would like to take a trip back in time to check London’s ancient transport, then you should definately visit the London Transport Museum. It’s also suitable for kids so you can bring your whole family. You and your kids will be able to learn a great deal about hackney carriages, the making of the tube and bus systems.

Moreover, your kids will be able to explore a significant amount of buses and trains. The best part is that they’ll be able to get a practical learning experience.

Keep in mind that this museum is one of the most notable museums in London, so sometimes you might find it overcrowded.

On the whole, the London Transport Museum is definitely worth every penny.

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