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CAIRO - 27 September 2017: Going to parks is important for kids, but playing creatively is as enjoyable and important. The Children Civilization and Creativity Center (Child Museum) gives us that chance.
Located in Abou Bakr El Sedeek St., Heliopolis, your children can be part of role plays in different professions and they can draw on papyrus, paint gypsum, and experience farming activity.
Children coloring gypsum - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
The Child Museum is composed of:
1- A floor for the Pharaonic civilization
The ancient Egyptian level at the Child Museum - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
2- A floor for the Nile River and agriculture in Egypt
The Agricultural Museum at the Child Museum - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
3- A cinema and library dedicated to children
The Cinema at the Child Museum - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
Every floor in the museum plays interesting videos illustrating every world civilization. There is a puzzle game that requires children to put shapes together based upon a movie that explains the 6th of October War. The puzzle expresses what they learned from each level of the museum.
The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., but you are allowed to sit in the garden while your children enjoy playing in the museum park until 9 p.m.
The garden at the Child Museum - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
The museum was designed by experts from Egypt, UK and the USA in a fashion that assists children to learn through hands on exhibits, computer games and inter-actives.
There are three kinds of tickets:
1- Adult museum ticket for LE 25 ($1.42)
2- Children activity ticket for LE 15
3- Parking tickets for LE 5
The Children's Civilization and Creativity Center opened in 1996 as the first children-oriented museum in the Middle East and North Africa.