Come Visit
The Museum

No Reservations Needed | Walk Ins Welcome!

CLOSED TUESDAYS

*Masks are required
Medallion Program

Our Medallion Program provides free admission to community organizations that offer services to children and families in need or struggling with poverty, homelessness, health problems, or families with children who have developmental disabilities.
Your donation goes directly to making a positive impact on these families' lives.

Sensory Inclusive Afternoon
Wednesday, January 26th
4pm-6pm

On our sensory afternoons we dim the lights, turn down the music, and create a space for your child to feel safe while playing.
Free with pre-registration

Shop & Benefit the Museum!
Take a piece of the Children's Museum Home

Our new Gift Shop, partnered with Red Balloon Toy Store, is OPEN! Did you know that you can shop at any Red Balloon Toy Store outside of the museum and it can still benefit us!

Just use this link:

Read To A Therapy Dog
Saturday, January 29th
Starting at 12pm

“Paw-sitively” improve your child’s reading confidence by reading to a well-trained, registered, and insured therapy dog! Sign up for your FREE 15-minute time slot to read to a furry friend.

SIGN UP HERE
Lunar New Year

Friday, February 4th
10am-6pm

Ring in the Year of the Tiger with us at the Children's Museum! We'll have decorations, themed art and science programming and a Traditional Chinese Lion Dance performance at 12:30pm!

Free with admission, no registration required.


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Hours & Admission

Open 6 DAYS A WEEK!

(Closed Tuesdays)

Buy online for admission anytime or walk in day of and purchase at the front desk!

Museum Hours

Monday 10:00AM -6:00PM

Tuesday CLOSED

Wednesday 10:00AM -6:00PM

Thursday 10:00AM -6:00PM

Friday 10:00AM -6:00PM

Saturday 10:00AM -6:00PM

Sunday 12:00PM- 6:00PM

*Masks are required for museum visitors

Our Valued Sponsors

Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum is funded in part by the Utah Legislature through the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.

Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum is funded in part by Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks.

Thank you to Adobe for being a contributing 2021 Corporate Sponsor at the Connect Level.

Thank you to Goldman Sachs for being a 2021 Corporate Sponsor at the Imagine Level.

Thank you to Intermountain Healthcare for sponsoring the Saving Lives Exhibit Gallery and for your continued support the museum.

Thank you to Mark Miller Subaru for sponsoring the Express Service Exhibit and contributing to the Medallion Membership Program in 2021.

Thank you to First Utah Bank for sponsoring the Discovery Branch Exhibit and supporting children learning through play.

Thank you to American Express for being an essential sponsor to the After School Enrichment Program.

Thank you to Dominion Energy Foundation for being a continuous supporter of the iSEE Science Outreach Programs and an annual sponsor of the World Connections Children’s Festival.

Thank you to Ernst & Young for being a 2021 Corporate Sponsor at the Imagine Level in support of the Medallion Membership Program.

Thank you to VLCM for being a continuous supporter by providing technical support and an annual corporate sponsor.

Thank you to KidtoKid Franchises Inc. for being a continuous supporter and an annual sponsor of the World Connections Children’s Festival.

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Upcoming Events

Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year

Friday, February 4th | 10am-6pm Ring in the Year of the Tiger with us at the Children’s Museum! We’ll have ...
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Sensory Inclusive Afternoon

Sensory Inclusive Afternoon

Wednesday, January 26th | 4pm-6pm On our sensory afternoons we dim the lights, turn down the music, and create a space for your ...
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Read to a Therapy Dog

Read to a Therapy Dog

Saturday, January 29th | Starting at 12pm “Paw-sitively” improve your child’s reading confidence by reading to a well-trained, registered, and insured therapy ...
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Atrium Reimagined: The Sky is the Limit is funded in part by the CARES Act and the Utah State Legislature through Utah Arts & Museums