~I received complimentary tickets to The Magic House – Sid the Science Kid The Super-Duper Exhibit for this post. My family is in full support of our local attraction!~
One of the best places to take children in St. Louis is The Magic House. I had always regarded my trip there when I was in Elementary school as one of the greatest experiences in my childhood and they have come so far since. The entire purpose of The Magic House Children’s Museum is to give children the gift of hands-on learning in a stimulating environment with their peers. From the waterworks and bubble room to playing with musical instruments, electricity and working around the Children’s Village, it has been an inspiring destination for kids for decades.
It’s no surprise to me that they are teaming up with PBS’s Sid the Science Kid, a show about an inquisitive young child that loves to learn and utilize basic science principals. It’s a perfect match actually! I’m really excited about the opening on January 25th!
The Super-Duper Exhibit explores everyday science questions in Sid’s home, on the playground and at school. Kid’s have the opportunity to become little scientists themselves with hands-on activities and scientific tools! The great thing is, the new exhibit is included with the price of Museum general admission!
If you have young children and live near St. Louis, it’s the perfect opportunity to get out of the chilly air and have some fun with the kids. I know we’ve been going stir crazy stuck in our house over the very long extended winter break and this is the perfect place to take children to have fun, learn something new and to feel a little like a kid again yourself. Who says parents can play too?
You can learn more about Sid the Science Kid & The Super-Duper Exhibit, hours admission and parking by visiting The Magic House website!