Based in the University Circle area of Cleveland, the Children's Museum of Cleveland is a museum dedicated to the physical, emotional, and social development of children between the ages of one and eight years. In order to accomplish this endeavor, the museum features a variety of interactive exhibitions, hands-on displays, and exciting presentations.
Encouraging children to learn through play, exhibits like “Splish! Splash!”(an interesting show about water transportation) aim to encourage children to explore, ask questions, and make discoveries through active play. Other exhibits include “Big Red Barn,” “House and Hospital,” and “Young Architects.” The museum offers a range of educational classes, workshops, and camps for children throughout the year.
10730 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, Phone: 216-791-7114 (website)
You may also like the Cleveland Botanical Garden which was featured in 10 Best Botanical Gardens for Families.
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