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The Austin Children's Museum exhibits are designed to educate and entertain the curious minds of children and their parents. With over 7,000 square feet of gallery space, there is plenty of room to learn, explore and play.

Explore the world of water in the Splish Gallery, Time Tower is a 3-story tower where you can discover and follow Austin history from mastodons to microchips, and Austin Kiddie Limits is a music gallery where kids can jump on stage and choose a song by one of twelve Texas artists, and sing & play along with the song under the Texas stars.

The Austin Children’s Museum is also perfect place for planning a party, wedding, or other important celebration. The museum can accommodate up to 300 people.

Location: 201 Colorado Street, Austin Texas 78701 Telephone 512-472-2499

Other History nearby:
(San Marcos) Aquarena Springs
(Austin) Austin Children's Museum
(Austin) Austin Children’s Museum
(San Marcos) Belvin Street Historic District
(Austin) Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
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