Austin Children's Museum, Austin, Texas

201 Colorado St, Austin, Texas 78701

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Address: 201 Colorado St, Austin, Texas 78701

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Phone: 512-472-2499
Hours: Tue-Sat 10 am - 5 pm, Sun 12 pm - 5 pm. Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. More Info
Price: Adults: $6.50; Children (2+): $6.50; Children (1-2): $4.50; Children under 1: Free More Info

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Submitted by: Greg G.

Very interactive for kids and very fun.  My five year old and two two year olds found  plenty to keep them entertained for a few hours.  The upstairs room in which you can build your own car was probably the best part.  I also liked the introduction...

Submitted by: Cristina B.

Little dude had a blast here during the baby bloomer hour.  Each time we have gone there is something fun and e...

Submitted by: Chris C.

Was a great stop for my 3 and 5 year old for about 3 hours.   I've seen better museums, but for the price it was great.  it kept them busy and excited the entire time.  The feeling is more like a large playground than a typical museum.  I wouldn't recommend this for kids over 8 years old because they would probably get ...

Submitted by: Dana T.

I took my 3 year old son to the Austin Children's Museum for the first time today. It's installation week, so we got 1/2 off, but I think the normal price of $6.50/person is a good deal. We had a great time. The museum offers...

Submitted by: Elizabeth C.

After reading all the yelp reviews, I wasn't sure that I wanted to visit the Children's Museum... But my little guy is currently obsessed with trains and a trip on the light rail was the perfect remedy. But what to do downtown with a toddler? Ah yes, the children's museum. We went on a Baby Bloomer Monday and were greeted with a packed entry of kids singing along to the entertainment. Cute and claustrophobic. What can I say? I'm not a fan of packing people like sardines into a space... Once music time was over everyone dispersed and it was much better. I was a little worried about the cleanliness factor but everything that could have been control by the staff was pretty clean. Kids are snotty, germy messes. ...

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