World of Wonders Longview, Texas

World of Wonders

112 E Tyler St, Longview, TX 75601

(903) 212-4969


Thursday 2pm – 6pm
 Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
** Second Saturday of each month,

Member only from 8 a.m -10 a.m. **


General Admission $8/person
Seniors (65+)/Military (with ID) $7/person
Members FREE
Children under 2 yrs FREE


The World of Wonders, what a fun new place to explore! We don’t often venture to Longview, but for this fun time we’re glad we did!

When you walk into the Longview World of Wonders you automatically see this very modern, open concept full of potential fun!

Of course the very first stop we had to make was at the indoor slide which the girls loved!

The stairs for this slide was located in an adorable house, equipped with only the coolest appliances, play food, and accessories. Lili and I were able to enjoy a homemade meal of ice cream and french fries! ( My fav!)


After we’d eaten these girls out of house and home, we had to make a trip to the market to replenish! The market had grocery lists, plentiful supply, shopping carts, and registers. The girls loved playing cashier and we even got our groceries hand delivered to our cars, such service!

These cuties were able to see where a lot of these farm fresh goodies in the market come from. They had chickens who laid eggs, farm animals in a stable, and two table of “dirt” to dig in.


This wonderful adventure had a room specifically for creating anything you can imagine with colors, scissors, glue, stencils, paper, and much much more!

We also got to explore a section right out a little boy’s dream! A huge track to race cars and 6 ENORMOUS bins filled with Legos that could keep you busy for hours! Yes, a little boy’s dream, but our girls were not unsatisfied! They loved the race track.


To top off this wonderful experience, Lili and I were astounded by a magical performance created just for us about a horse and her baby 🙂


The World of Wonders is nothing short of an amazing place to take your kiddos to stimulate all five senses. They also had train tables, a wind turbine that you could create light with, reading nook, puppet show, and so many opportunities to dress up in costumes! This is an amazing place to have an afternoon of exploration. Toddlers and up will enjoy using their imagination!


All our love,

The Adventurers.

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