1. Skip to Menu
  2. Skip to Content
  3. Skip to Footer>



User Rating: / 187
PoorBest 
(187 votes)
Add to favourites

The Woodlands Children's Museum

The Woodlands Children's Museum has a new home, and it's in Panther Creek. Construction began in March, 2010 on a new 11,000-square-foot site in the Panther Creek Village Shopping Center. "The Woodlands Children's Museum enjoyed great success in our previous (locations)," said Angela Colton, executive director. "It's been six months of (work securing a new space), but we're getting there. The public is really excited."

the woodlands children's museum

The new WCM location resides in 6,000 square feet of exhibit space, and the new museum features four large classrooms as well as party rooms. The museum opened to the public July 10, 2010, with an open house for members and "to welcome new visitors and friends."

Though The Woodlands Children's Museum closed it's doors at it's location in the upper level of The Woodlands Mall in October, 2009, it never really went away. Just as it did before 2005, when it operated as a "Museum Without Walls" and ran events such as Dinoventure at The Woodlands Mall, and they continue to hold activities at the annual Children's Festival held each autumn at the Pavilion.

"It is obvious to the staff and the board of The Woodlands Children's Museum that we have been missed," she said. The soon to be announced series of exhibits, classes and programs to be offered at the new location will come through the collaborative efforts of artists, professionals and volunteers. "We've got a really good group of people coming together," Colton said. "Our mission has always been to create opportunities that educate, empower and excite children and their families through play while inspiring a lifelong sense of wonder," Colton said.

The History of The Woodlands Children's Museum

The museum started out at Market Street in February, 2005, along the east end on Pavilion Way, where Sweet and Sassy is now. The Museum celebrated it's first birthday at Market Street and moved to The Woodlands Mall later that year. In that time, The Woodlands Children's Museum built a membership of 2,200 families. In 2008, 72,000 people visited the museum and nearly 50,000 passed through its doors between January and June, 2009. The Panther Creek Village Center is located at 4774 West Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands, 77381. For more information about The Woodlands Children's Museum, contact Angela Colton at 281 465-0955.

 Area Museums near The Woodlands

Houston Museum of Natural Science

713 639-4629
One Herman Circle Drive  
Herman Park  
Houston, Texas  
   

Children's Museum of Houston

713 522-1138
1500 Binz Street  
Houston, Texas  
   

The Museum of Fine Arts

713 639-7300
1001 Bissonet  
Houston,Texas  
   
   

Montgomery Co. Heritage Museum

936 539-6873
1506 Interstate 45 N  
Candy Cane Park  
Conroe, Texas  
   

N.H. Davis Pioneer Museum

936 597-4899
308 Liberty Street  
Montgomery, Texas  
   

Texas Arrowhead Museum

 
Online museum of Texas arrowheads, artifacts and rocks online
Categories For the Kids

Check Out The Blog

Classifieds

Woodlands Free Classifieds

Woodlands Area Chamber

The Woodlands Events | TWE | Woodlands Chamber Member