The Charles and Linda Williams Children's Museum is the only hands-on science center between Jacksonville and Orlando. The 9,300 sq. ft. addition to MOAS opened November, 2008.The Children’s Museum houses interactive exhibits that demonstrate various principles of science - including a raceway where kids can build their own vehicles, doctor and radiologist exhibits, tennis ball launcher, video light microscope, make believe pizza parlor and more!
Exhibits have been designed by Hands-On, Inc., an award-winning exhibition design firm with clients from major cities around the world. Primary funding for this project was provided by Charles and Linda Williams, Volusia County Echo, and community sponsors.
PLEASE NOTE: The Museum of Arts & Sciences is reducing admission prices during the reconstruction of its West Wing.The West Wing will close for reconstruction on April 1st, 2014. The new, modern West Wing is scheduled to reopen in the fall of 2015. Artwork from the West Wing will be temporarily re-located in the North Wing’s Ford Gallery during construction. The Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum will temporarily close on April 1st for initial construction work, and is scheduled to reopen on June 3rd, 2014. Click here for reduced admission prices
The Charles and Linda Williams Childrens Museum was funded in part by the County of Volusia ECHO grant program, approved by its citizens on November 7, 2000 to construct Environmental, Cultural, Historical and Outdoor Recreation Projects for public use.