Children’s Museum offering kids fun superhero training


by Sherry Williams / KHOU 11 News

Posted on June 7, 2013 at 5:21 PM

Updated Friday, Jun 7 at 5:40 PM

HOUSTON --  It’s a super summer at the Children’s Museum of Houston. They are calling this the Summer of Epic Adventures and the mission is to teach little ones all about crime fighting and super powers.

“I control things,” said 5-year-old Mackenzie.

“What kinds of things?” she’s asked.

“Anything,” she said.

Parents love bringing their kids here because the little ones can do anything and everything.

“No one tells them what to do. They can run around like crazy and no one tells them, ‘No,’” said Kelli Creel, a mother of five.

At the Children’s Museum the young and old can also avoid becoming victims of Houston’s heat and humidity.

“It’s so hot outside,” said mom Stephanie Adams, explaining why she will visit with her two children often this summer.

The Children’s Museum of Houston has been voted No. 1 in the nation by Parents Magazine.

Admission is $9 for adults and kids. Tots who are 1 years old and younger get in free.

Every Thursday night, admission is free, but get in line early because it’s a popular deal.

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