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June 14, 2013 - Children’s Museum of Houston
It is of no surprise at all that the Children’s Museum has been named, time and time again, as one of the top children’s museum in the country. It is known even on an international level as a leading museum that places the importance of kids and parent-kid relationship during the Houston charter bus visits. One of the top reasons for a visit to this museum would be to help parents becoming more involved in their kids’ learning and the process of reinforcing and supplementing what they have learned in a classroom environment. The museum also focuses on kids from the lower family income bracket as they believe that education has nothing to do with parents’ financial income and proper education should be available to ALL kids and it is their basic right.
Parents Magazine and Nickelodeon Parents’ Picks have both named the Children’s Museum of Houston as their favorite museum of choice. In fact, Click2Houston called it the best museum for 2010.
Parents and kids alike will be delighted with not just the exhibits and activities available, but the exterior itself is capable of drawing gasps of surprise and excitement. The building’s exterior was designed by renowned architect Robert Venturi. The architect included fun, colorful elements which makes it stand out in the neighborhood.
The museum had its start when some concerned parents noticed that there were few options when it comes to children’s museum in Houston; hence, they got together and started this project. Today, it has been attracting nearly nine hundred thousand people from all walks of life every single year. Houston charter bus rental tourists will bring their kids for early education on important areas and topics like science, maths, art, engineering, culture, social studies and of course, health.
There are various introduction of new attractions and programs over the years and this is what makes parents bring their kids over to the museum again and again. The management regularly brings its exhibits beyond the museum walls by launching outreach programs like ‘Take Another Giant Step Capital Campaign’ and ‘Museum’s Institute for Family Learning’. Because of these projects, the museum is features thirty nine thousand square foot worth of exhibit and exploration space.
So, do not hesitate to bring your young ones to this children’s museum to enjoy the physical tests, block climbing, and playing around with other kids at the Tots’ Area (bigger kids are not permitted into this area because of safety reasons). Those who are visiting this Houston charter bus rental attraction in a large group should make use of convenient and comfortable charter bus, shuttle bus, coach charter, mini bus or school bus.