Children’s Museum of Brownsville
At The Children’s Museum of Brownsville, we inspire a journey of life long learning. As we expand our children’s learning and imagination beyond the classroom, we create extraordinary learning experiences for children of all ages.
The Children’s Museum of Brownsville understands that the progress and success of our community starts with our children and we strive to provide them with the educational resources they need to build a brighter future.
Learning through creative play is happening everyday at the Children’s Museum of Brownsville, and everyday a child’s imagination is taking them under the sea to meet aquatic friends, inside of a weather station tracking down the path of destructive tornado, or checking a patient’s heart rate as a physician.
To introduce children to the “World of Learning” through hands-on creative and interactive exhibits, workshops, and special events.
- That Children of diverse ages and backgrounds will learn through fun
- That the Children’s Museum of Brownsville will complement the education system
- That a child’s self worth will be enhanced through discovery and participation
- That respect for others will be strengthened through interactive, cooperative play
- To provide great customer care by demonstrating knowledge of services, respect, promptness, and reliability within and outward of the museum
- To actively foster parental involvement in their children’s learning development
- To cultivate children’s cultural curiosity, strengthen their imagination, and nurture creativity
- To challenge and motivate children to discover new ways of learning by appealing to their sense of adventure and play through our exhibits, workshops and special events
- To provide a positive atmosphere and clean environment for children and families to grow and learn
- To encourage partnerships with complimentary organizations to enhance the opportunity for learning and effect positive changes in children’s lives
- To focus on children (ages birth to 8 years) and their learning activities, as well as creating the opportunity for older children to be a part of the total learning process