Boston Children's Museum is a kids' historical center in Boston, Massachusetts, devoted to the training of youngsters. Situated on Children's Wharf along the Fort Point Channel, Boston Children's Museum is the second most established kids' historical center in the United States. It contains numerous exercises intended to both entertain and instruct youthful children.
In 1979 Boston Children's Museum moved into half of a void fleece stockroom on the Fort Point Channel so as to acquire space and turn out to be more open to individuals in Boston. From 1993 through 1999, the other portion of the building was involved by The Computer Museum. The next year, Boston's Japanese sister city Kyoto gave a Japanese silk trader's home to the exhibition hall.