AAA Editor Notes
Muncie Children's Museum is at 515 S. High St. This hands-on center for children encourages educational and interactive learning through play. Exhibits allow kids to pretend to be truck drivers, geologists, ants, farmers, paleontologists, grocers, engineers and birds. Snakes, a turtle and a rabbit are among the creatures on display in Animal Corner. Performances and presentations take place in the Outdoor Learning Center; Tot Spot is a play area designed for the 5-and-under crowd.
Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.