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....where learning is fun
How We Operate...
The Sandusky Children's Museum is a learning center. Our structured tours are designed to instruct our guests on the uses of a variety of science related activities, which enhances their understanding about the world in which we live. Our target audience are children from 4 to 14 years of age. We tailor our tours to match the ages of the guests in front of us to ensure our guests an exciting, fun, and educational experience.
Not recommended for ages under 4 unless accompanied by older children in the same tour group. .
Here's a peek at some of the things you can see and do at the Sandusky Children's Museum.
Mural - Spinosaurus
Where was the first Spinosaurus fossil found? This mural can tell you! Artwork by local artist Derek Brennan.
Crystal Ball? No, Bubble!
Lots of bubbles of all shapes and sizes at the Sandusky Children's Museum Bubble Wall.
Augmented Reality Sand Table
The Augmented Reality (AR) Sandbox allows users to create topography models by shaping real sand, which is then augmented in real time by an elevation color map, topographic contour lines, and simulated water.
Rokenbok is a construction toy system that promotes STEM learning through hands-on exploration and play! Children build their own Rokenbok cities and then use remote control vehicles, conveyor belts, and chute systems to interact with their creations.
The SCM Weather Report
Stand in front of the Green Screen and step into the shoes of your local weather reporter. Today's forecast: fun!
Mural - Stegosaurus
Stegosaurus artwork that is both fun AND informative! Artwork by local artist Derek Brennan.
Inside the Bubble
Have you ever seen a bubble this big before? At Sandusky Children's Museum, you can make bubbles big enough to stand in.
The Rokenbok Station
At the Rokenbok Station, you can build a city, and then use remote controls to interact with chutes, conveyor belts, and vehicles.
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