Duke Energy Children's Museum is one of the top museums of its kind in the country. The museum features eight educational exhibit areas including 2 areas specifically designed for pre-school children and toddlers. All the exhibit areas promote fun, learning, and skills development. This place is a highly-recommended destination to take kids especially during winter or hot, summer days when kids can't play outside.
Things to Do
- Kids will never run out of things to do. Toddlers and younger kids will enjoy in their special area in the Little Sprouts Farm where they can play with plush toys and ride down the slide. This area is enclosed to ensure that the crawlers and early walkers are safe.
- Kids' Town is a small neighborhood run by kids complete with a grocery store, veterinary clinic, post office and more. Kids can learn the functions of the different parts of the community and get to be a veterinary, a chef, or a shopper.
- The Energy Zone will surely keep older kids entertained, especially the ones curious about science.
- Take adventurous kids to The Woods. They can climb hollow logs and walls, discover fossils, and cross rope bridges.
- The museum also offers different programs for kids. Check their website for programs suitable for them such as Explorers University, Girls in Real Life Sciences, and Super Sprouts.
Duke Energy Children's Museum Insider Tips
- Bring your lunch and eat at any of the seating areas.
- If you are living in the Cincinnati area, buy an Annual or Family Pass.