Opened in 2015 on a 5 1/2-acre park at the edge of Alamo Heights’ busy stretch of Broadway, this stellar facility for children features two-story exhibit halls designed to foster creativity in the arts and sciences through interactive exhibits. Entirely solar powered, and relying solely on recycled water, the DoSeum practices as well as preaches sustainability. Kids are crazy about the DoSeum’s interactive robot, Baxter, and its clever Spy Academy filled with math challenges. There’s also an interactive puppet parade and a musical staircase. The Big Outdoors, a 39,000-square-foot outdoor play space, has a lazy stream, climbing structures, and an ADA-accessible treehouse. Although all ages enjoy it, the museum is specially geared for kids up to about 10 years old.