Discovery Children's MuseumCurrently Closed
If you are visiting Las Vegas with your family and kids, this is one attraction you must visit. Located in the Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Centre, the Discovery Children’s Museum has interactive and intriguing exhibits. Providing opportunities for playful learning experiences, your kids would definitely have a fabulous time discovering this three storied museum. The museum is divided into sections such as ‘The Summit’, ‘Fantasy Festival’, ‘Eco City’, ‘Patents Pending’, ‘Toddler Town’, ‘Water World’ and a few more.
- Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (18 year or older).
- Adults are welcome without a child.
- Payments are accepted in cash, visa, American Express, Discover and MasterCard.
- If you come by car (from the South): Take I-15N - Take exit 41B toward NV-159/Charleston Blvd W- Travel straight through the S Grand Central Pkwy intersection -Follow the loop to make a right on S Grand Central Pkwy - Turn right on W Clark Ave.
- If you come by car (from the west): Take US-95 S, Take exit 76C/Martin Luther King Blvd - Take exit 76C/Martin Luther King Blvd.
- By car: From I-15 (From the North) - Take EXIT 44/ Washington Street, Proceed to City Pkwy, Follow City Pkwy directly to Symphony Park Avenue.
- Group visit required minimum of 12 people.
- Free admission: For member and children (younger than 1 year old), adults (100+ year old)
- Group visit: USD $12.50 per person (for adults), free (for children)
- Winter (Oct - May): Closed on Monday and Easter.
- By RTC Transit: 105,106, 108, 109,206,207, 208, 214, 215, Deuce and BHX.
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0.29% of people who visit Las Vegas include Discovery Children's Museum in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
85.71% of people start their Discovery Children's Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Discovery Children's Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Discovery Children's Museum
We are from bay area and we're finding some good place for our near to two year old. This is really great place for kids, especially between 1.5 to 5 yrs. They would love it 1. Parking, the garage is great with plenty of parking and it was free for us in the day we went 2. The place is very clean 3. Have a pair of clothes for kids as there are water games or have a rain jacket 4. You have three floors of learning n fun so have some time to spend 5. The staff is very friendly 6. You have to watch your kids but mostly it is safe
The Discovery museum offers some of the most unique challenges and opportunities for learning for children in the valley. Access is easy and parking is plentiful and free. The museum offers memberships for locals and frequent visitors as well as day passes. Whether it's interactive learning, enhancing artistic skills or just drawing creative energy the museum's got it covered. With three floors of interactive exhibits, frequent live shows and plenty of activities, young kids will have the time of their lives. A museum store is located on the property and offers soft drinks and small items for the kids.
I absolutely highly recommend this place! My 4 year old and I were here for 4 hours and could easily have spent 4 more hours there. There are food options and a little room for eating or a quieter space. I even had a blast!
Locals get a slight discount on entrance fees, free parking (no validation needed), there are 3 floors full of awesome activities for families to enjoy with the 1st floor having an area where kids can play with water and legos/plastic balls (raincoats provided), a theater where kids can dress in costumes and a free show takes place. A toddler area in same floor. And the exhibits are created to be interactive and get your child playing and using their creative skills. It's a fun place!
This place is amazing!! My 4 year old loves it. There is so much to do you couldn’t possibly do it all in one day. Today we played in Water World where kids can learn about water, get wet and have fun. We made arts and crafts. Played dress up. Did some science experiments. Went grocery shopping. Worked at the hospital and the Cafe. My daughter didn’t want to leave. So glad we got the membership.