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The Children’s Museum of Houston
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Houston offers plenty of things to keep kids of any age entertained. Young kids have vivid imaginations and seemingly boundless energy, which makes taking them out on the town fun for both parent and child. Houston’s best stuff for young kids ages five to eight is both entertaining and educational (and in many cases, quite affordable).
Preschoolers are generally little sponges, soaking up new knowledge and experiences wherever they can. Houston’s best stuff for preschoolers will help ensure that your little sponge has plenty of fun while he or she learns and develops.