Minnesota Children’s Museum
How do you entertain the kids when they are at the toddler stage? The terrible twos are better behaved when mom and dad take them to places that are child-friendly. In the process, tots become better prepared for school and learn to make friends.
The learning doesn’t end – even when school’s out for the summer.
The Minnesota Children’s Museum said Wednesday that it’s going to open a “pop-up” play space at Mall of America. Museum officials said the new storefront space will feature hands-on exhibits that help children develop important skills through play, much like the exhibits at their downtown St. Paul location.
The exhibits at these Minnesota museums are fun for the whole family.
Kids are getting a unique opportunity to help create and design part of the $28 million renovation of the Minnesota Children’s Museum. The museum opened two prototype exhibits Saturday for children and parents to test out.
Looking for some post-Halloween entertainment this weekend? Jason Matheson has you covered. Here’s his list of the most entertaining (or interesting) events going on this weekend.
Halloween is almost here. There are tons of scary things to do for older Halloween fans. But where you can take the little, more easily scared ones? The Minnesota Zoo offers HallZooween throughout October, with daily events like a Halloween Mythbusters scavenger hunt.
What do you have penciled in on your calendar this weekend? Nothing? You’re in luck, because the WCCO Morning Show crew has more than enough suggestions to keep art lovers, dog lovers, beer lovers, and south suburbia lovers happy.
Bring your little art critics to these exhibits.
Although science may not have been a favorite subject in school, science exhibits contribute to a lot of understanding and knowledge about the world around us. Visit these science exhibits in your community.
Kids learn through creative play with loads of stimulating environments and activities to discover at the Minnesota Children’s Museum. Before stopping by, check out this list of tips and tricks to make your visit easier.
Summer break? Holiday off from school? Weekend excursion? These kid-friendly hotspots are sure to make the little ones smile.
Schools around the metro are taking that week-long (more or less) holiday known as spring break, now through mid April. Whether going out of town isn’t in your financial picture right now, or you’d just rather stay home, here are some ideas to keep your family from going stir-crazy—especially if it snows again next week. The classic kid-venture spots never fail to entertain: the Science Museum of Minnesota (especially with the Ultimate Dinosaurs exhibit having just opened, and it’s fantastic), which might be paired with a trip to the Minnesota Children’s Museum, which just opened its Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice exhibit;
Get your culture on this spring with some of the best museum exhibits in Minnesota.
Have some family fun on Super Bowl Sunday without the football.
Check out this variety of attractions around Minnesota. One of them is sure to be worth the hype for you.
Halloween is almost here. Have you checked out the metro’s haunted houses? There are tons of scary things to do for older Halloween fans. But where you can take the little, more easily scared ones?
Take some time off this summer to visit great Chicago events and exhibits.
It’s only a couple of weeks until Mother’s Day. Have you made plans for the special mom in your life? If you’d like some ideas of things to do besides go out to eat, consider one of these options.
At times it may be difficult to find suitable and affordable events that entertain grandparents. Many stores and restaurants offer grandparent and senior citizen discounts, but before planning the next outing with grandma and grandpa, you may want to check out some of these best places to entertain grandparents on a budget in Minnesota.
From rockin’ rollercoasters to candlelit hikes, we’ve got you and your family covered this New Year’s Eve.
The spring, summer and fall months in Minnesota are made for living life out in the great outdoors (some die-hard snowbirds would argue winter is too). But with Midwest weather you never know what to expect. Sunny and 70 degrees one day … rainy and humid the next. But that doesn’t mean you have to stop the fun and stay cooped up in the house on a rainy day — especially when there are kids involved.
So if you are sick and tired of drizzles and downpours, look no further. We’ve put together what we think are 10 of the best activities in the Twin Cities that can keep your family dry (well, mostly) and entertained on a rain day.
Looking for something to do this Memorial Day weekend? A drag race at Brainerd International Speedway, special guided tour at the Mill City Museum, and spending time in Grand Marais are just a few of the highlights Minnesota has to offer.
After our patch of spring weather, winter returns. But at least it brings a long weekend for many with President’s Day. Basically that means there’s a whole weekend’s worth of playing to be done. Here’s just a sample of what’s in store.
Long gone are the days of thinking of museums only as stuffy places made for art snobs and class field trips. In Minnesota, we have an abundance of museums and they are all so different. That’s why we put together a list of 10 museums you need to check out on the state.