Children’s Museum Houston will be magically transformed into a colorful, beautiful and bountiful Land of the Dead, bursting with incredible offerings of Mariachi, “sugar skulls” and marigolds in celebration of El Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Come partake in spine-tingling experiments, spirit-lifting activities and slime-filled fun during the final days of “Halloween Grosstopia.” Meander your way through the Museum in search of goblins, goodies and goo! Set out on a trick-or-treat quest every day from 4 to 6 p.m. on weekdays; and all day
Event co-chairs Devorah and David Krieger and Ashley and Jonathan Sloan hosted a hotsy-totsy wingding which raised $961,000 to provide innovative child-centered learning to Houston’s children and their families.
Halloween means it's time for slime! Check out a variety of slime recipe videos we've cooked up over the years at Children's Museum Houston.
Children’s Museum Houston invites you to Explore Abilities Day – an exclusive event for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and special learning needs to explore the Museum.
Something icky this way comes. CMH welcomes the return of Halloween with its ooey, gooey celebration of all things creepy and crawly to mix up the family fun.
CMH commemorates Mexico's Independence Day with fiesta, freedom and ballet folklórico on Saturday, September 18.
Revel in the majesty of the moon and the joys of the harvest as we celebrate the Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Fest on Saturday, September 25.
Calling all early childhood educators! Applications and nominations for Children's Museum Houston's Marian and Speros Martel Early Childhood Educator Award are now open.