It’s all in a day’s play at the San Antonio Children’s Museum with three levels of interactive play exhibits designed for children ages birth to ten. Exhibits like the HEB Kids’ Market, action-packed PowerBall Hall, the Tot Spot and the NEW SCIENCE CITY set the stage for kids to learn and use their imaginations!
WHAT'S NEW SCIENCE CITY - OPENS MARCH 5
Science City is filled with interactive experiences and opportunities for kids to think like scientists.
More Info: Science City Press Release
The exhibit features six interactive zones where kids can...
• Stability Station: Design structures with blocks to withstand the forces of nature.
• Circuit Center: Learn about the process of conductivity and how to open and close circuits.
• Zoom Zone: Discover what makes things go faster or farther and how these characteristics come into play with cars.
• Drop Spot: Experiment with a variety of materials to learn how to build things that can sustain a drop.
• Sky Build: Build with blocks to understand how tall structures maintain their height and stability.
• Fly Zone: Play with wind and see how the shape, weight and balance of objects affect how high or fast they move.
Dedicated to guest up to 36 months
The Tot Spot will feature a Baby Zone, a soft play zone that is perfect for babies just learning to sit up, reach, pull and crawl; a Sensory Zone, which will offer a wide array of experiences for toddlers eager to touch and explore everything; a Gross Motor Zone, safe for toddlers learning to walk, run and maneuver; and a Music Zone where little ones can experiment with sound with drums and chimes and other percussion instruments.
Click Here: Tot Spot Photos
PowerBall Hall is a fast-paced, gravity-defying ball exhibit that runs on KID-POWER. Featuring an interactive ball wall and hundreds of colorful balls, children learn about basic principles of science as they determine which pulleys, gears, flippers, blowers and launchers will project the balls through a maze of clear tubing to a centralized, elevated ball drop. When the ball drop is full, an alarm sounds, the shoot opens and the balls come showering down into the exhibit!