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Imagination PlaygroundTM

Firehouse Rotating Exhibit at Habitot Children's Museum

Our new Imagination PlaygroundTM blocks are an incredible play system for unlocking children's creativity. Toddlers and preschoolers can build castles and forts, wacky space stations or even aliens. The interlocking pieces can make aqueducts for ball play, or amazing sculptures. Kids will love sitting and sharing under the doorway of our big purple house at the entrance of the Imagination PlaygroundTM space. The featured exhibit in the main discovery area rotates several times a year. Exhibit Guide for Parents
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Medical Center

Medical Center Exhibit for Young Children and Toddlers

EMT's will drive the ambulance while young doctors and nurses inspect X-rays, vaccinate patients, wrap bandages and care for newborn babies.  The Center now includes a popular veterinary wing for dog and cat care and ride-upon ambulances.
Exhibit Guide for Parents

Annie's Little Farm

Back to the Farm Exhibit for Young Children at Habitot Children's Museum

Thanks to a grant from General Mills on behalf of Annie's Homegrown, we have a new and improved farm exhibit (on display December, 2017-2018). Collect eggs from the big red barn with the rooster weather vane on top. A nearby apple tree is ready to harvest and the fishing pond is stocked.  Try your hand at the magnetic fishing poles and ride the horse around the corral. Mom or Dad can sit in the porch swing and reminisce about the good old days. Rides on John Deere tractors keep everyone busy down on the farm. Exhibit Guide for Parents

Construction Zone

Construction Zone Exhibit at Habitot

Create buildings, roads, and whole cities with construction blocks, diggers, front-loaders and bulldozers! Dress up in construction worker clothes and safety goggles but stay behind the orange safety fence when the buildings come tumbling down. Exhibit Guide for Parents

Rocketship & Mission Control

Rocketship and Mission Control Exhibit for Young Children and Toddlers at Habitot Children's Museum

Blast off to outer space in this 13 foot rocketship. Young astronauts and scientists can acivate their imagination manning mission control, counting down to blast off, and commanding the shuttle. There are plenty of buttons and dials to push to navigate the ship through space. Pull on your astronaut suit and space helmet and hop on for the ride! Exhibit Guide for Parents


Firehouse Rotating Exhibit at Habitot Children's Museum

Firehouse features a small-scale firetruck (with two steering wheels!), a pretend burning building to crawl through or rescue people from, a fire hydrant with fire hose and nozzle, a 911 call box, and a fire station housing costumes, boots and helmets. There are small ride-upon fire engines for the littlest ones. Young children—both girls and boys—will love being heroes helping others and being powerful, strong and capable. The featured exhibit in the main discovery area rotates several times a year. Exhibit Guide for Parents
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