Portland Children's Museum
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Great place to hang and chill out with babies, toddlers, and young children.
The Children’s Museum is a really great day out for the children and they will learn a lot whilst having tons of fun. There are so many activities to get involved with that your children will be begging to come back again. There is the Building Bridgetown where children get to learn about…
It has a huge variety of activities and spaces for children from babies to age 12 to enjoy, alongwith a nice cafe for food. And an outdoor space for children to run.
Such a fun interactive museum for kiddos of all ages! You could spend hours here and it’s right next door to the Zoo.
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