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Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) is dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by fostering a love of learning and enabling children to realize their highest potential. We encourage visitors of all ages to play, learn, imagine and create. We are...more
All reviews rainy day arts and crafts bank of america rock climbing wall music area interactive activities cruise ship great place for kids year olds different areas all ages few hours three hours every month worth the trip exhibits publix
took our two grandchildren ages 4 and 5. The main exhibit was the lion exhibit from the tv show. They thoroughly enjoyed everything. We were there about 2 1/2 hours. A lot of other things to do with them as to what their interests are.
The place is great and a lot of different things to do. Worth a visit. Minuses : felt like several things closed or not working. Also not the biggest place so gets pretty cramped even on a Monday which should not the be busiest day.
The museum can be pricy with a large family. Since I am a teacher I get in for free but have to pay for my kids. They love going and I love that they change themes often. We have gone when it was Thomas the...More
Hard to get there by bus, but possible (120 or S-line, follow Parrot Jungle Trail north to cross Causeway when travelling from Miami Beach). Insanely expensive... 2 adults 3 children: 100 $. Inside: very clean, sanitizing teams all over the place, lots of monitors and...More
We went with our little girl of 2 1/2 year and was perfect. She was able to do a lot of activities and share an enjoying moment with other children.
The Museum is not too big, and you can do the tour in 1.5 hours....More
Great experience. The best range of vehicles and history that I have seen. Vehicles are presented in stunning condition as well as the sets of the barbers shop , the car service station etc. Great for car enthusiasts and social historians.
From a 13 year olds perspective, the children’s museum was average fun, paying 40$ for me, my brother and my mom. I would definitely say that the museum is for kids of ages 3-10 years old, since if you are smaller than that, you wouldn’t...More
We took our toddler here on a rainy day a few days ago and I was underwhelmed. First, it was $60 for the three of us, which was a lot of money. Second, all the exhibits were branded (Publix for the supermarket play area, Carnival...More