When you visit a children’s museum you often see classes from grade schools, scouting groups, and also special groups catering to the needs of children with handicaps. But you should take your children by yourself. Parents understand their children and they can see things in the museum that their children would have had an interest, but because there is so much to see, they missed them.
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Have you ever seen the show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation? Now you can experience it first hand at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Walk into a crime scene and find clues, then take them to the lab and analyze them. Finally, submit a report to Gil Grissom himself. Are you right? Only Grissom knows!
Just spending time with children is precious and rewarding. Sometimes the kids are bored and are looking for something to do. So pile the kids into the car and take them out for the day, visiting a museum, is a great way to spend the day, eating in the cafeteria (if available) and browsing around the gift shop are fun activities too.
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The Living History Farms in Urbandale also kick of the spring/summer season with a Family Easter Party on April 23. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and has a $5 admission for members and a $5.50 admission for non-members. They’ll have free popcorn and pop, wagon and horse rides, games and egg decorating for the whole family.
Perhaps the most unusual dinosaur is the “Brontosaurus” (we call them Apatosauruses now), which features a set of stairs that you can use to climb inside the creature. The interior of the dinosaur is red and white (naturally) and houses a painting of Jesus housed in a heart-shaped frame and labeled “The Greatest Heart.” The Prehistoric Zoo is open 7 days a week through Labor Day from 9 am to 6 pm. There are more limited hours during September, and it is closed from October through April. It’s a good idea to call ahead to verify the hours at 989-471-5477. The charge is $5 for adults, $4 for children aged 7 to 11, and $3 for children 6 and under.