Children's Museum Houston December 2022 Happenings

December 2, 2022



100% Chance of Snow

Dec. 17 to 28

When the holiday season rolls around, it’s that time of the year again – the time for “100% Chance of Snow!”  Children’s Museum Houston invites you to unwrap the holiday magic, spread the joy and bring your family and friends to an exciting holiday experience which includes special events and real snow days!


Houston Boychoir– Spotlight Performance

Saturday, Dec. 3

Funded in part by City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance

Come watch the Houston Boychoir perform at Children’s Museum Houston. It’s sure to be an experience that will entertain you, astound you, and leave you wanting more.


Ring in the Holidays – Spotlight Performance

Saturday, Dec. 10

If you aren't in the holiday mood yet, you will be after catching this memorable performance. The Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church will perform two joyful, festive holiday hand bell shows. The sweet sound of bells and Christmas just go so well together. Don't miss this!


Sensory Friendly Day

Monday, Dec. 12

Sponsored by The Stanford and Joan Alexander Family

Sensory Friendly Day is an opportunity for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), sensory processing differences, learning differences and disabilities to explore the Museum at their own pace and time.  This day bursts with valuable Autism resources and interactive activities, provide a comfortable, protected and accepting environment, and give parents opportunities to make connections with other families and the Autism community.


Frozen Over

Saturday, Dec. 17

Enjoy a winter wonderland as guests, Elsa and Olaf, meet you for a special holiday event!  You'll think you've stepped into the faraway kingdom of Arendelle! Meet with Elsa and Olaf during this very special fan-appreciation event. Be sure to bring your camera and smiles.


Santa’s Jolly Visit

Saturday, Dec. 24

It's your last chance to meet Santa Claus before he embarks with Rudolph on his Christmas voyage around the world! Bring your camera and your wish list so you can snap some Holiday photos with the jolly fat man and tell him what your heart desires. Be sure to plan on arriving early, Santa has a busy schedule and has to leave in the afternoon so he can prepare his sleigh.


New Year’s Noon

Saturday, Dec. 31

Kids finally don’t have to stay up till midnight to celebrate the New Year!  Children’s Museum Houston’s Rockin’ New Year’s Noon is the city’s longest-running New Year’s Eve celebration just for kids!  This end-of-year bash rings in the New Year at the stroke of noon with ball drop, just like in Times Square!  Musical talents will spotlight this New Year’s Eve celebration complete with countdown, ball drop and DJ dance after party! 


***Activities, events and times subject to change.