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Fort Worth Children's Museum

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This museum was created in 1941 and targets young children who learn through playing. They have both outdoor and indoor exhibits for children and those who care for them. Inside includes exhibits with live reptiles and amphibians where children can watch them live their daily lives. Also included in the museum are a train building activity and a children's grocery.

There are many other exhibits in the museum including vintage toys, bird eggs, astrology, Texas butterflies and moths and WWI aviation.

Fort Worth's Childrens Museum website.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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