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Kids Room

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A special place just for kids 0-8 years old

Send boats down the river channel in water play, operate the fish cam in the submarine, dress-up like a turtle, and send messages through a pneumatic tube on the ceiling. Enter the Kids Room, a space dedicated to young children and learning through play.

Exhibit highlights

  • Large water play area
  • Undersea world with periscope and submarine theme
  • Pneumatic messaging system, streetscape, and giant pinscreen

Buttons to push, knobs to turn, and blocks for building

Bright colors and kid-sized objects to manipulate are everywhere in this special place for the Science Center’s youngest visitors. There’s even an area for kids under two—Room To Grow—where infants and toddlers can crawl around squishy waterbeds and play with big soft blocks.

Pint-size engineering, construction, and experimenting

Kids can construct waterways and dams in the popular water play area, build Lego towers and structures out of plastic pipe, or immerse themselves in an undersea world complete with deep sea coves, a fishing pier, and tugboat helm. There’s even a Baltimore streetscape with doorknobs to turn, steps to climb, doorbells to ring, flags to raise, and a chance to meet the famous people who live along the street.