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Kids day out in York Childrens Museum

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612 Nebraska Ave
York NE 68410



About York Childrens Museum

We hope you will come often and play in our fun, safe and affordable facility! Here are just a few of the exhibits we offer:

Craft Room – Your children’s creative sides will run “wild” in our jungle theme craft room. There are plenty of crayons, markers, stamps, stickers and glue available for your little one’s newest masterpiece to take home. We also have a fun sand table and a seasonal project area, in which you might plant a flower for mom or make a 4th of July decoration.

York Towne Market and Duke Diner – Sure to be a favorite with your kids is the York Towne Market grocery store. Your kids can pick their pretend produce from colorful bins topped with awnings and buy their play milk and eggs from a life like freezer display. Shoppers can then ring up their purchases at a do it yourself check out stand with functioning cash register. Duke Diner, our 50s style restaurant, is outfitted with a retro kitchen set and table seating just for kids as well as lots of fun accessories, including bright wall colors, café curtains, vintage style diner signs and 45 LP albums on the walls. Kids can slip on an apron and be the short order cook for the day and little girls can even try on homemade poodle skirts to help make the experience come alive.

Science Room – Your kids will be in “another world” in our outer space themed science room. Bigger kids will enjoy playing with the Rokenbok, an exhibit of remote control vehicles with a fun and educational series of scenes and roadways. Watch your kids’ imaginations soar as they maneuver the trucks to scoop up and transfer their loads of marble like cargo through a variety of towers, chutes and conveyor belts. With our large set of Keva Planks, a non traditional type of building blocks, your kids may design their future dream house or a futuristic skyscraper.





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