HealthWorks! Kids' Museum St. Louis

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  • Midtown/Clayton
  • Forest Park

HealthWorks! Kids' Museum St. Louis wants to infectiously contaminate kids of all ages to learn, have fun and make great life choices! How do we do this? Our museum floor houses a variety of interactive and engaging exhibits, all centered around a different health topic. You and your family can explore what it looks like to be a dentist, doctor or pharmacist for the day! Maybe you're more interested in nutrition, in which case, you'll head over to our mock Farmer's Market where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables and put together a healthy meal! Our newest exhibits, that we'll be rolling out throughout the year, is Grossology! Our bodies do amazing things, but they also make funny noises and smell weird! This exhibit shows you why your body has to do these things to keep you healthy! In addition to our exhibit floor, HealthWorks! has 6 health programs that we feature throughout the week! Each of the program focus on a variety of health topics and cater to children of different age groups. These programs give kids the opportunity to ask questions all while doing fun activities, laughing with their friends and learning something new. You can stop by HealthWorks! anytime you want during normal business hours! If you've got a big group coming in, feel free to call ahead and set up a reservation! We do field trips, girl scouts, boy scouts, birthday parties and everything in between! HealthWorks! is here to help you and your family discover the WHY of health education! We want to give kids the tools to become health advocates for themselves, their family and our St. Louis community. Let the epidemic begin!

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So many other things to do in St. Louis
Reviewed By dunkiepunk1995 August 2018

Went with my 10 and 5 year old. There is an 8 minute movie on digestion. Even with the 8 minute movie my kids and I were back in the car in 25 minutes. Does that tell you how interesting this museum...

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Ho hum. A bit overpriced.
Reviewed By KateParticular March 2018

I'm all for spending some cash on educational outings. In fact, we visited here on the heels of the Civil War museum which we'd somehow believed would be free (it wasn't). We had 4 kids along, 2 of...

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Great day trip
Reviewed By jyelliott01 August 2017

We took our daughters here and they loved it! They are 8 and 4. It's in a large room and has different sections. I think my oldest will be too old for it in a couple of years but right now she...

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