Creative Discovery Museum

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Facility:Creative Discovery Museum
Description:There's always something new to see and do at Creative Discovery Museum. Kids learn best when they're having fun and that's why they make everything they do fun and exciting for children of all ages. There are clubs just for kids, camps, art lessons, science shows, exciting overnight adventures, gooey workshops and parties galore. Discover and have fun!
Address 1:321 Chestnut Street
Address 2:
Zip Code:37402
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Hours:See website for seasonal hours
Admission:Adults $8.95
Children $8.95
Telephone:(423) 756-2738
Website:Visit Website
Brooke I., Co-op Member
This is educational fun at it's best. Homeschool classes available as well as a free night each month. Check before going. Geared at elementary age, the older ones enjoy the Invention and Art areas. Even places for your super little ones! So fun, it's hard to get them out.
Anita, Co-op Member
This is an absolute don't miss! All of our children ages 18 months, 3 years, and 5 years love the museum. Explore the various ways water can be used, learn about musical instruments, stage your own puppet show, play in the little yellow house, explore the fresh new exhibits on the upper level, enjoy craft time, play on the roof, learn about physics, see a real beehive, and just enjoy being a kid at any age! They also do great birthday parties as well! The museum is packed full of wonderful educational opportunities and chances to make great memories!
E. Renicks, Co-op Member
This is hands down our favorite children's museum, and we have visited several in three different states. The Creative Discovery Museum combines the best of a traditional children's hands on museum with the best of a children's science museum, and the result is endless fun and learning. There is something for even a two year old to enjoy here, though the real fun kicks in for early elementary and up.

The roof exhibit is our favorite with all the different physics fun to be had. We also enjoy that there are often hands on crafts or learning activities offered throughout the museum.

Definitely worth a family trip for general educational fun.
Jennifer Pierce, Co-op Member
This is the BEST children's museum we have ever been to. Very hands on! We drive 2 1/2 hours to get there, and it is very well worth it. There are many different sections that are geared toward a particular thing. Children learn by playing, discovering, and DOING. This has all of that. Be sure to plan for an entire day here.
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