• Explorium of Lexington

    Explorium of Lexington

    focusing on enhancing growth

  • Fun for all ages

    Fun for all ages

    focusing on enhancing growth
  • Interactive exhibits

    Interactive exhibits

    focusing on enhancing growth

  • Exciting fun for your kids

    Exciting fun for your kids

    focusing on enhancing growth

Spring Break Camp

April 2-6 - Amazing Animals

Kids will learn about animals and their habitats, make their own dinosaur, and best of all - see live animals. For ages 3 years (must be potty trained) - 5th grade. Full day, full week $225/$215 members; half day, full week $115/$105 members. Registration by the day is also available $50 per day/$45 members; $25 per half day; $22.50 members. Press the register button and go to events or call us at 859-258-3253. Sponsored by Daniel L. McGowan, VP Investments - PNC Bank.

Weekly Activities:

Free with general admission

Monday, March 19: Closed

Tuesday, March 20: Baby Explorers - Egg Carton Train @ 10:30 am

Choo Choo! Let’s make a train out of recycled egg cartons!

Wednesday, March 21: S.M.A.S.H. Club: A is for Art - Dot Art @ 10:30 am

Paint a beautiful polka-dotted picture using pencil erasers, q-tips, and more!

Thursday, March 22: Mini da Vincis - Spring Babies @ 10:30 am

Ducks! Chicks! Lambs! Bunnies! Create your own spring baby with fun art supplies!

Friday, March 23: Leaping Little's - Bouncin' Basketballs @ 10:30 am

Can you make a three? How about a half-court shot? Come test your basketball skills with us!

Saturday, March 24: Super Saturdays - Float or Sink? @ 11 am

Help us investigate what causes certain items to float or sink!

Saturday, March 24: Imagination Station - Pool Noodle Boats @ 12:30 pm

Have you ever wanted to have a boat? Build your own with this fun hands-on activity!

Welcome to the Explorium of Lexington

Children’s Museums are the fastest growing type of museum in the country and are unique among museums for the large number of interactive exhibits and educational programming presented to visitors. Visitors engage in hands-on experiences that inspire a curiosity for learning.

In 1987, a group of inspired citizens presented the idea of a children’s museum to Lexington Mayor Scotty Baesler and future Mayor Pam Miller. With the assistance of Lord Cultural Resources, a consulting firm in Toronto, the city began serious planning for the Lexington Children’s Museum. The site selection committee considered several sites and chose the current location in Victorian Square. Since first opening its doors in 1990 the Museum has hosted over three million visitors.

Our Partners

Explorium of Lexington is a not-for-profit organization, 501(c)3 and is funded in part by:

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