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Parents’ Pro Tip: Cool off with summer days at Marbles Kids Museum

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Child playing at a colorful water table at Marbles Kids Museum

Cool off with some splashy play at the colorful water table.

Photo by Marbles Kids Museum

Parents’ Pro Tip: Marbles Kids Museum is open for summer play seven days a week.

Beat the summer heat with:

  • Two floors of innovative hands-on exhibits
  • Themed programming
  • IMAX Theatre featuring 3D movies (Raleigh’s only certified giant screen)
  • 65-foot-long water table
  • Hockey rink
  • Play in a kid-sized town + more

Marbles is open Monday - Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Thursday until 7 p.m. Snag half-off admission Monday-Friday after 3 p.m. Advanced admission is recommended.

Parents, plan your visit

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