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Discovery Children’s Museum in Las Vegas, NV

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My favorite time of the year is the Summer, not only because I love to tan by the pool but also, I really enjoy spending some quality time with my children -Katrina, Isabella and John, during their summer vacation.

Each Summer season, I take time-off from work to spend time with my little Darlings. We love visiting places, bonding and creating fun, special and unforgettable memories of their childhood.

While we were in Las Vegas, Nevada, we visited the Discovery Children’s Museum. My children love attending museums just because they love learning new things and discovering more about life.


In my opinion it’s important to introduce museums to children at a young age. Museums offer a dynamic opportunity to expose children to experiences and explore new things in a rich and educational environment. Through interactive exhibits and hands-on play, children have the ability to take ownership of their own learning and develop and explore their own curiosities. Additionally, this experience provides the foundation for critical thinking, provokes imagination, and introduces the unknown worlds and subject matter offering unique environments for quality time with family.

Back to our trip, the Discovery Children’s Museum is highly rated and so I figured it’s a must-visit place when we’re in Vegas. The three-story building  at the Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center addresses it’s core educational areas of science, art and culture and early childhood development with 26,000 square feet of interactive hands-on exhibits. The campus is complete with nine interactive exhibition galleries featuring traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities, and special events and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions including the new Dinosaur exhibit which was John’s favorite!


As for Katrina, she absolutely loved the the Hurricane Simulator machine. She stepped inside the booth and was blown away by the air pressure. It was super cool to take a tour into the eye of a Hurricane.


Isabella’s favorite activity at the museum was were they all got together and pulled the string from one end to lift up the car from the other end. They were keep on falling and trying all over again.

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