If you’re a parent, we know you’re probably always on the lookout for activities to keep your little ones busy and entertained. Luckily the Chaos Lab at 18 Wharf St, Docklands has opened new dates from September 16 to October 1, and it is the perfect kids activity for a day of fun and learning.
Located in the heart of Melbourne, Chaos Lab is a lab-themed playground that offers a variety of activities that are tailored towards children between the ages of 4-9 years old. From a mirror maze to a ball pit, there are many surprises that await.
Children will get to meet the manic mad scientist and their lab assistants who will guide them through different zones where they can play, create, learn, and get just a little bit messy. The lab assistants are experts in science and art, and they will help children understand the scientific principles behind the activities they are doing.
A great new addition to Chaos Lab is the ooey-gooey slime station, a hands-on activity that is supervised by a scientist character. This activity is not only fun but also educational, as children learn about the properties of materials and how they can be combined to create new substances. Children get to mix and make their own slime while learning a little bit about the science behind it, with the focus being on getting messy and having fun! This is a great way to allow your kids to make a mess somewhere that isn’t at home! It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved.
For the kids who seem to have boundless energy, there is a ball pit that offers a safe and fun environment for them to jump around and play. Additionally, there are many other activities to choose from, including a neon graffiti wall, live science experiments, games and more. These activities are designed to engage children in creative thinking, problem-solving, and sensory play.
While The Chaos Lab experience is aimed at younger children, especially the science show, all visitors are encouraged to experience the event. So if you’re looking for something to do with your little ones from June 24 to July 9, head over to Chaos Lab in Melbourne and experience the fun and chaos for yourself!