As the largest children’s museum in the world, this museum has a total of 472,900 square feet area to store and display over 100,000 artifacts that comprise its collection. The Museum was first established in 1925 and since then has expanded to be among the nation’s top-ranked and most-respected children’s museums. It offers visitors a delightful, one-of-a-kind experience provided by activities such as the immersive Dinosphere and the five-story Fireworks of Glass sculpture by renowned artist Dale Chihuly. The Fireworks of Glass tower stands in the museum’s central atrium, where children and families can circle the ramps and explore it from all sides. Global visitors are attracted to the venue to enjoy the engaging exhibits and interpretive activities. Among the exhibits are a simulated Cretaceous dinosaur habitat, a carousel, and a steam locomotive.