My husband and I took our two granddaughters last Friday to Charleston, West Virginia where we visited the Clay Center. This is a science museum for children and they also have periodical movies that they show on the hour. If you are a member of the Clay Center, you get a discount rate. We paid $10 for two adults and two children to visit the museum, The Elmo Display and the other parts of the Clay Center. There is just so much for the children to do. In one area, they have a man with a hose in his stomach to demonstrate the length of the intestines. The children get to pull it out and they are amazed at how really long it is! Then they had a game room where you could play Tic Tac Toe and if you answered the questions correctly, you could win. The people in the squares were parts of the body like, Ms.Lungs, Mr.P, The Brain, etc. The children played against each other and the one that first made row of X's or O's won the game. It had three level of knowledge skills for different age children to play.
They are always adding different programs to this site. If you are ever in West Virginia, this would be a wonderful and informative place to take your children. I promise you that they will never forget it!