This Museum is NOT just a Children's Museum, BUT is also great learning experience for any and all ages. Displays of Actual Pictures and Memorabilia from SECRET CITY DAYS Lots to see and do. Not a QUICK Stop. Has increased in size over the past 30 years. You see the schools as well as how the Fenced City was kept... 更多
We visited the Museum today with our 2 daughters & a 4 yr old grandchild.It's not just a museum, it's a hands on experience for small children. Great place to bring young children. We adults enjoyed it too. Very inexpensive if you're looking to spend some time (2-4 hrs) indoors and see how life was spent in the last 70... 更多
My 7-year-old grandson and I loved this place! He walked through and played through with a smile on his face the whole time. His favorite room was the Waterworks, although I agree with another reviewer that it needs improvement. Was glad to see snacks on sale in the middle of the museum. Thanks! Some of the exhibits, such as the... 更多
SO, we've lived in OR for over 2 years & have never taken nieces and nephews here when they visit JUST OVER PHOTOS & REVIEWS on TripAdvisor...boy was I wrong. This is every kids dream!!!! It's a converted Primary School...imagine that each room has a different theme; rainforest, trains, doll house, puppets, Mars, boats, Appalachian, various countries, you get the... 更多
The children's museum is most definitely geared to children and their minds. The hands on displays are educational and fun! They learn the history of Oak Ridge through their eyes. It's also available for birthday parties which presents not only a good time, but also a time to be a child of the early Oak Ridge beginnings.
This museum is fantastic for very young to older children. A wide variety of hand-on activities as well as informative displays awaits. There is a large display about the WW II and Coal Mining history. There is a park next door so pack a picnic and enjoy a little outdoor time. The museum is huge as it is housed in... 更多