How can you pull your kids away from computer screens? Bring them to Madison, Wisconsin's Children's Museum for a learning experience veiled in fun activities for children up to the age of 12. The facility is located at 100 N. Hamilton Street on Madison's Capitol Square. It offers three floors of exhibits designed specifically for children up to the age of 12. The Roman Candle Sparkler Cafe, a kid friendly package, is located on the grounds. The museum features on-site parking, bathrooms, and a bevy of stroller parking spaces.
The museum's exhibits are split into six different groups: The Art Studio, Community Concourse, Log Cabin, Possible-opolis, Rooftop Ramble, and Wildernest. The museum includes the ever popular Jim & Susan Bakke Art Studio, a drop-in area where children can create unique works of art. The free DeAtley Community Concourse features interactive water exhibits, along with The Roman Candle Sparkler Cafe. The Log Cabin exhibit is an authentically restored log cabin based on the homes of Madison's first European settlers. Everyone needs to experience Possible-Opolis for themselves. Rooftop Ramble and Wildernest are fascinating exhibits as well. Visit http://www.madisonchildrensmuseum.org/visit/ to get information about museum hours, field trips, groups, and more!