Let your kid’s imagination run wild inside the children's museums of The Woodlands! Each museum offers a colorful wonderland that has all the tools for the little ones to play, pretend and grow. Pair a party at either museum along with other children's activities in The Woodlands and a hotel with a pool, and you’ll be the superhero in your child’s life.
THE WOODLANDS CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
At The Woodlands Children's Museum, a local non-profit museum where kids can put out flames at the Fire House, put on productions at the Read-A-Lot Kingdom, splash around Water Play, construct a castle in Dream + Build, learn healthy food choices at The Market, and develop life skills at The Remax Play House. There are often rotating exhibitions and activities surrounding special holiday events. Participate in hands-on workshops at The Woodlands Children’s Museum with topics like robotics, art, and science.
The Woodlands Children's Museum is a member of the Association of Children's Museums Reciprocal Network. Guests who have an ACM membership receive 50% off of general admission to The Woodlands Children's Museum and over 200 other participating museums across the United States and Canada!
Play Street Museum is a locally-owned children's museum designed with imaginative play in mind. Geared towards ages one to eight, the play city features include a Woodlands Waterway Trolley, bank, school, doctor's office, and more. There is also a large train set and even a learning/craft area with plenty of building blocks. Visitors to the museum will also find a water table is just outside the museum’s entrance.
Play Street also offers pottery painting as a fun art option for an additional fee. Prices vary depending on the size of the pottery. After your junior artist paints their masterpiece the museum will place it in a kiln. This process may take some time to allow for a full kiln to be heated – so you won’t be able to take your craft home the same day. (This is a great reason to come back for another visit to Play Street in a week or so!) Once your pottery is ready for pickup, they will contact you and let you know.
For each paid entry, a child receives a token that can be exchanged for a drink or snack. Admission to Play Street Museum is $14.85 for the first child and $13.50 for each additional sibling. Children older than nine or younger than one are free (with a sibling's paid entry). There is no charge for parents!