Children's Museum

★★★★☆
  • 219 N Ridgewood Dr

    Sebring, FL 33870

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  • 863-385-5437

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Whenever our younger grandchildren come to visit us, they love to spend an afternoon or morning at the Children's Museum in downtown Sebring. Linda Crowder is doing a great job as director of the museum. The giant stethoscope, apple and penny on the brightly colored facade make the Museum hard to miss and make a trip exciting before you even enter the door. There are dozens of hands-on exhibits inside. Some of our grandchildren's favorites on their last visit were WKID - TV Station, Dr. Scrubbys office, a grocery store, a dress-up and puppets area, an area where kids can play a piano, organ or percussion instruments and sing along as they play, an area contains an archaeological "dig" where kids can discover dinosaur artifacts, an area where a child can use a pulley system to pull a bubble up around themselves, a wall of magnetic words, a 12-foot high climbing structure and a pedal power exhibit that allows someone to pedal a bike to generate enough electricity to activate various parts of the exhibit. And these are just a few of the many activities and exhibits on display. Exhibits change The Childrens Museum of the Highlands is geared mainly to children age 1 to12. Admission is $3.00 per person except on Thrifty Thursdays when admission is reduced to $1.00 per person and the museum stays open until 8 o'clock.

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Whenever our younger grandchildren come to visit us, they love to spend an afternoon or morning at the Children's Museum in downtown Sebring. Linda Crowder is doing a great job as director of the museum. The giant stethoscope, apple and penny on the brightly colored facade make the Museum hard to miss and make a trip exciting before you even enter the door. There are dozens of hands-on exhibits inside. Some of our grandchildren's favorites on their last visit were WKID - TV Station, Dr. Scrubbys office, a grocery store, a dress-up and puppets area, an area where kids can play a piano, organ or percussion instruments and sing along as they play, an area contains an archaeological "dig" where kids can discover dinosaur artifacts, an area where a child can use a pulley system to pull a bubble up around themselves, a wall of magnetic words, a 12-foot high climbing structure and a pedal power exhibit that allows someone to pedal a bike to generate enough electricity to activate various parts of the exhibit. And these are just a few of the many activities and exhibits on display. Exhibits change The Childrens Museum of the Highlands is geared mainly to children age 1 to12. Admission is $3.00 per person except on Thrifty Thursdays when admission is reduced to $1.00 per person and the museum stays open until 8 o'clock.

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