My family and I love visiting the EverWonder Children's Museum whenever we get the chance. The rain this past Sunday gave us a great reason to head over there and see what is new.

The museum always has fun exhibits that get kids thinking, like the building block room or the room with the rubber track and the wooden balls. We love all of the exhibits and it's always exciting for the kids when new things are added.

Some of the new things we noticed, or new to us at least, were the cute puppet theater, the excavation area, the bearded dragons, and we also noticed they have a little garden growing right outside the entrance. The kids had a great time checking out the new stuff and playing with their favorite exhibits.

Photo Credit: Liz Kaye
Photo Credit: Liz Kaye

If you are looking for a fun summer program for the kids, EverWonder has some available. It's their Summer STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Programs and kids ages 5-10 can take part.

Here is some important info about the program:

  • Session One
    • Ages 8-10
    • July 25-July 29
    • Registration closes on July 18
  • Session Two
    • Ages 5-7
    • August 22-August 26
    • Registration closes on August 16
  • Cost for Non-Members is $175 per child for a single session
  • Cost for Members is $157.50 per child for a single session
  • Drop Off is 9 a.m.
  • Pick Up is 12 p.m.
  • For a rundown of what is included in the program visit everwondermuseum.org

Have you been to the EverWonder Children's Museum?