Interaxcity: Children’s Museum in Melbourne
Interaxcity is the newest kids museum in Melbourne which is totally dedicated to children who can explore freely and play the role of their community hero. The “No touching” rule doesn’t apply at Interaxcity. Kids are free to explore their creativity and imagination by touching, using, and exploring everything inside!
Interaxcity Kids Museum: Where Kids Become Community Heroes
What does your child want to be when they grow up? There are endless possibilities and Interaxcity lets them explore a broad range of community settings in this mini city just for kids!
Children are encouraged to explore each different room playing the role of their local community hero. Through play, they can let their creativity run wild.
How Interaxcity works?
On arrival, children pick up their passport and start exploring each room of the mini city getting a stamp after they have completed each one.
Kids can become the postie and sort the mail, then go out to post their packages.
They can get creative at the local florist, putting together flower arrangements and writing the cards.
The airport requires check in staff, security, and a pilot to drive the plane.
There is a need for a mechanic to service the family car and construction workers to build a house.
And of course, an easy favourite, kids will love playing the part of doctor or patient in the local clinic.
This kids museum is aimed at kids from 3-9 years old, however younger kids can also play along with some adult help.
At Interaxcity there is no limit to the imagination of a child!
1a Cawkwell Street, Malvern, VIC 3144
75 minute sessions, bookings required
$18 per child
(FREE for parents &Under 12mths)
Note: No cafe onsite however they have a partnership with a nearby cafe who can take your order to be delivered while you are in your session.
See more information on their website
Interaxcity: Kid Friendly Museum in Melbourne
Interaxcity is a one of a kind museum in Melbourne. This kids museum is totally dedicated to kids at set to become very popular for families who love to foster creativity and independence! Looking for more ideas? check out the Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks or the Australian Aviation Museum.