Museum Carnival Day

Museum Carnival Day| April, 13th at 10 AM-4 PM Join us for our first Carnival Themed Day, where the festivities include games, popcorn, a balloon artist, and face painting, all […]

A Mardi Gras Murder Mystery Party

A Mardi Gras Murder Mystery Party | February, 10th at 6PM Celebrate the arrival of 2024 with our inaugural after-hours party! Dress up, explore behind the scenes, and savor delicious […]

A New Year Harp Recital

A New Year Harp Recital | December, 30th at 12PM Celebrate the arrival of 2024 at the Children’s Museum with Marissa’s Harp Recital. Children at all ages are welcomed, and […]

Museum Closure: Christmas Day

Santa reading stories to a group of kids

Museum Closure: Christmas Day | December, 25th The Museum will be closed on Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, 2023. We will also be closed the day after on December 26. […]

Eat Chipotle, help Children’s Museum

Eat Chipotle, help Children’s Museum | November, 18th at 5-9 pm Calling all burrito lovers, Foil your dinner plans and stop by the Chipotle at 734 E 400 S in […]

Unveiling New Construction Zone

Children's Museum's New Construction Themed Exhibit opened on October, 28th 2023

Unveiling New Construction Zone| October, 28th at 1pm Celebrate the launch of our brand-new construction exhibit at the museum with ribbon cutting, photos, snacks, and playtime!

A day at the Museum with Barbie

Join us on 8/4 to enjoy a day at the museum dress up as Barbie, take photos with real-life barbie model, or bring your barbie! There will be life-size Barbie […]

STEAM Learning Lab – Piggy Pinch Pots

Today, we are visiting The Farm here in the museum. Tucked into the corner of Kid’s Eye View, The Farm lets museum visitors ride a horse, care for crops and tend to some broody chickens. We especially love the picture of a cute piggy, so today we are going to make a cute piggy of our very own!

STEAM Learning Lab – Hexagon Bubbles

A hexagon is a shape with 6 sides. Can you think of anywhere in nature that you might be able to find hexagons? They are all over the place! Snowflakes, turtle shells, insect eyes, pineapples, and the honeycombs in beehives all contain hexagons! This is because the hexagon is a very efficient shape. When bees make their honeycombs, the cells are shaped like this because it doesn’t waste any space. Today we are going to make our own hexagons with bubbles!

STEAM Learning Lab – A Mask for Me and My Friend!

Today we are going to teach you how to make an easy no-sew mask with just a t-shirt you no longer use or want and some scissors. To protect ourselves and others from COVID-19 the CDC now recommends wearing cloth face covering when in public to help keep ourselves and others safe. Wearing masks along with handwashing, coughing into your sleeve, and continuing to social distance are all ways we can stay healthy and safe.