Chicago Children's Museum

★★★★★

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This museum is a great place to take children. I have come here a few times with my daughter and each time it is really interesting and there is always something new to learn here!

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★★★★★

This museum is a great place to take children. I have come here a few times with my daughter and each time it is really interesting and there is always something new to learn here!

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a good place to go to get the kids out, the admission isn't bad considering the coolness that will be invoked upon entering such a fine establishment

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★★★★☆

a good place to go to get the kids out, the admission isn't bad considering the coolness that will be invoked upon entering such a fine establishment

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We have been to this museum over a dozen times. It is always a good time. Lots of different things to do. There are seveal active things to participate in. It is a great location at Navy Pier with several options for entertainment and food

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★★★★★

We have been to this museum over a dozen times. It is always a good time. Lots of different things to do. There are seveal active things to participate in. It is a great location at Navy Pier with several options for entertainment and food

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Worth a visit if you have kids and are stopping by the Navy Pier. Particularly fun is the exhibit on the second floor where visitors construct flying machines from foam shapes and hoist them up to see how long they will stay in the air before returning to the ground. Lots to do for younger kids, as some exhibits are only for younger folks, but even for older kids (age 9) there is more than enough to keep them interested.

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★★★★★

Worth a visit if you have kids and are stopping by the Navy Pier. Particularly fun is the exhibit on the second floor where visitors construct flying machines from foam shapes and hoist them up to see how long they will stay in the air before returning to the ground. Lots to do for younger kids, as some exhibits are only for younger folks, but even for older kids (age 9) there is more than enough to keep them interested.

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WE were there for two hours and the time flew. My kids ages 4 and 6 loved playing in the dinasour dig in shredded tires, or building things with nuts, screws and boards, or seeing if they could make an invention that would float to the ground. Other things there for younger kids too. We ran out of time to even get to the large craft area.

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★★★★☆

WE were there for two hours and the time flew. My kids ages 4 and 6 loved playing in the dinasour dig in shredded tires, or building things with nuts, screws and boards, or seeing if they could make an invention that would float to the ground. Other things there for younger kids too. We ran out of time to even get to the large craft area.

 

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