Best Museums For Grandparents and Grandkids

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Sometimes grandparents get to have all the fun. Play dates, vacations, movies, and amusement parks are all great options for entertaining these cherished family members. But if you’re wondering how to combine excitement with something a bit more educational, one of our country’s many great museums might be the right choice. With so many to choose from, we humbly present four of our favorite destinations for learning, interaction, and a plain old good time.

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

This sprawling attraction is quite possibly the most well-known children’s museum in the country. Located in the heart of Indianapolis, this kid-friendly choice offers grandkids the chance to learn about dinosaurs, space, sports, art, and history. With an ever-changing list of installations, you can visit time and time again. In fact, even the grandparents in the crowd may end up having a tough time leaving.

St. Louis City Museum

One of the most unique locations in the country can be found in the great city of St. Louis. The City Museum may have a basic name, but the activities inside are anything but. This towering building has a seemingly endless number of interactive art installations. These aren’t just for looking at, either. Rather, the museum is designed to be explored, climbed, and touched. This is a truly unforgettable experience that your grandchildren will be sure to rave about for months after you’ve left.

Natural History Museum in Chicago

The Windy City plays host to many notable museums, but one towers above the rest – both in size and in fun. The Field Museum gives kids and adults a chance to travel through world history. However, it doesn’t stop at dates and dioramas. The Field Museum combines the historical side of learning with science, allowing visitors to learn about evolution, biology, mankind, and even more. You may just leave with a greater perspective on the world, or at the very least a cool souvenir from the gift shop. 

The Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

If you’re visiting our nation’s capital, you’d be remiss to skip out on the historic chain of archives known collectively as the Smithsonian. Though there are countless artifacts, treasures, and must-see exhibits, one of the most popular galleries is the Air and Space Museum. Your grandchildren will get a chance to stare up in wonder at countless planes, helicopters, spacecrafts, and more.

Kidspace Children’s Museum 

For those families on the West Coast, few children’s museums can stack up to Kidspace Children’s Museum in Pasadena, California. This hands-on attraction gives kids of all ages space to learn while they play. The Arroyo Adventure serves as a mini version of Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco, giving kids a space to explore the natural wonders of the American West. Other exhibits like the Galvin Physics Forest and the Imagination Workshop encourage kids to learn through experience both indoors and out, teaching basic scientific principles and encouraging children to put their brains to work on fun new ideas to create learners for life.

The time you spend with your grandkids is special. Every moment is a chance to make memories that will last a lifetime, and there’s no better place to do so than at a museum. Of course, these choices are only a handful of options. Be sure to explore what’s near you and enjoy the valuable and unforgettable times with your grandchildren.

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Leo LaGrotte
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