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Eureka! - National Children's Museum

Listed under Museums in North East England, United Kingdom.

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Eureka!, the National Children's Museum features over 400 interactive exhibits which inspire children aged 0-11 to learn about themselves and the world around them through imagination, play and discovery.

Eureka! is based on the North American model of children’s museums with a focus on play-based learning and providing inspirational and informal learning experiences for kids. Opened in 1992, it was the first children's museum in the UK and in the opinion of many, remains the best.

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