Flint Children's museum provides education and fun learning experience by using many interactive exhibits. Flint Children's Museum in Flint, Michigan, was envisioned by educator Mary Newman in 1979. The museum features interactive exhibits for children up to the age of 10 years, featured exhibits are health and fitness, performing arts, tot spot, transportation alley and others. The sprout side is an outdoor nature leaning area, it is one of the certified outdoor classrooms in the Michigan area. Many events and daily activities are arranged in the museum that the whole family can enjoy. The museum is closed on Mondays.
Things to Do
- The museum features hands-on learning for children ages 2 to 10, there are many interesting exhibits including "how things work", featuring circuits, bridge, gravity wall, raceways, vortex and more.
- Health and fitness exhibit lets children learn about the basics of the human body like bones, eyes, ears in a fun way.
- Our Town is a child-like representation of the town, it has a grocery store, pizza parlor and a post office.
- Tot spot is an area dedicated to the toddlers, this area features toys, crawling mats, and activities for the little ones.
- Sprout side offers many outdoor activities for nature exploration, families can enjoy a picnic lunch in the area.
- Buy toys, games, gifts and souvenirs for kids in the gift shop.
Flint Children's Museum Insider Tips
- Free parking is available.