The Chicago Children's Museum is located at the Chicago Navy Wharf. It is a place for children to learn and play. It requires tickets to enter. Because adults without children are not welcome, we just walk around the museum. Look at the introduction of the museum. The exhibition is very rich, and there are many programs for children to interact with each other. Children's museums are different from children's amusement parks, where children can learn a lot of knowledge, some similar to China's science and technology museum.
My children, aged 6 and 9, had a good time. My husband and I also like it here. There are different activities that you can interact with others: Fire Department (pretending to be a firefighter), construction workers (building your own project), supermarkets, rock climbing tunnels, dinosaur digging, underwater cruises, and so on. There's also a great lake view.
There is a children's activity area in it. It's not big, but it's expensive. Not bad though. But the performance-price ratio is not high. Tourists tend to enter the activity area by mistake, and the planning is not very good. Tickets are charged for entering. The view outside the window is good.
The Children's Museum must have a look. The museums here are all portraits of children's art and life.
Museums that are most suitable for children have many novelties.
Children's Museum, a good place for children to see, very good.