Children at Play Museum is closed
We apologize for the inconvenience. It’s been an incredible journey but unfortunately, it has come to an end.
Thank you to our sponsors, donors, volunteers, and members for all your support in the last few years.
Hands-on exposure to multiple fields of science to explore help children to make sense of the world around them. Children are natural, seekers, explorers and scientists!
Technology is a huge part of our modern society. Children at Play has instructional videos on how Outer Banks shrimp companies work.
Children grasp math and science concepts through building and creating. The museum’s interactive hands on exhibits are a great way to understand engineering through experimentation.
Research shows children that are exposed early and often to art perform better in math and science subjects in school.
Starting early with hands-on experiences using math manipulatives is critical for the young brain to form connections, and understand more complex math concepts later such as; shapes, numbers, money and fractions.