The Omaha Children?s Museum provides a venue where children challenge themselves while discovering how the world works and learning through playing. It is the only participatory in the city where visitors, both young and adult, can play together. It houses an ever-changing set of interactive exhibits, special events, and workshops.
Its collection includes the Charlie Campbell Science and Technology Center that promotes exploration, creation, and observation of science and technology in action. It also has its creative center, which is a great exhibit for beginners in the arts, music, plays, or journalism. Children who have the fondness for building can also go into the Kids Construction Company, which will allow them to be architects and engineers. The Rainbow Farm, on the other hand, allows children to harvest and plant its garden, explore its pig pen, and gather eggs from the chicken coop.