Caleb and Nana's Adventures; Kudzu Children's Museum in Chapel Hill NC

Caleb spent most of the week with me during his spring break last week.  The big question was what to do to get out of the house each day.   We decided to take local adventures.  We visited three museums in three days one of which was Kudzu Children's Museum at University Mall in Chapel Hill.  What a great place!
Here is a quote from their website...
"At Kidzu —make, build, explore and learn— an adventurous expanded Museum experience for age infant to tween. Kidzu’s new 8,500 square foot space is multi-sensory, play-centered, and focused on providing area children and their families, teachers, and caregivers an ever-changing menu of exhibits and programs that inspire creativity, collaboration and community. Kids Children’s Museum is a hands-on museum dedicated to inspiring young children and the adults in their lives to learn through purposeful play. "
Caleb enjoying the Tree House.

I like the artwork on display at the museum.  My favorite is the farm animal art.  It makes me smile. I would love to have that print hanging in the grandkids playroom!  I wonder if it is for sale?

The Book Nook is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a good book.
They have a climbing wall that Caleb enjoyed scaling. Near the climbing wall, you will find a partial cow you can milk if you feel so inclined. The other half of the cow is at the entrance.

The Forest Theater was a hit.  Caleb spent a long time with his new friends producing and implementing a play.  It was exciting; there were dragons, knights, and battles.  Caleb is the dragon:-)
By the time we made our way to the Makery it was closing.  I would love to back and try our hand creating something interesting.  Here is a quote from the site..
"The heartbeat of Kidzu is dedicated to “maker education” and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) learning. Visitors of all ages craft with real materials, tinker with real tools and explore new technologies as they create a wealth of creative projects." 
There is a lot to see and do at the Kudzu Children's Museum.
I want to go back and take my 18-month-old granddaughter.  There is so much fun to enjoy for both the toddler and young elementary aged kids. 
I will definitely go back for a visit.  I suggest if you have young children you take them for a visit to The Kudzu Children's Museum.  There is much to see and do.
Happy Travels and Adventures!


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