Advance/online tickets are highly recommended.
Wednesday - Sunday
children (1 – 15): $22
infants (under 12 months): FREE
Check out our award-winning exhibits and programs designed for children and families.
Check out our award-winning exhibits designed for children and families.
Encompassing science, culture, the arts, literacy, the environment, health, and more – our programs make learning fun for everyone.
Engaging kids in the excitement of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) subject matter by making it fun and informal.
Play and learning resources for families to support your child’s continuous discovery.
Explore field trip opportunities, classroom programs, and professional development opportunities.
Hundreds of free, educator-designed afterschool activities for teachers and parents.
Explore and engage with the museum’s authentic 100-year-old house from Kyoto, Japan.
A growing library of playful, hands-on activities to try at home with kids.
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If the group leader on the day of your visit will be different from the contact above please share an e-mail and phone number.
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Payment for visits is due on the day of the visit. Please do not send payment in advance.
If you wish to be invoiced, we require an authorized purchase order on the day or your visit.
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What type of visit would you like?
All Museum visits include time to explore the the Museum exhibits. In a Self Guided Visit groups explore our exhibits and enjoy daily public programs at their own pace.
Self GuidedBalls and TracksMoney Matters: Earthquake Building
Self-guided would be:
Self Guided Visit $17/student - The Museum does not have indoor lunch space available.
Programs would be: (School-year only)
Balls and Tracks (in person) $21/student - This program is designed for 1st-5th grade and lasts about 45-55 minutes.The Museum does not have indoor lunch space available.
Money Matters: Earthquake Engineering (in person) $21/student - This program is designed for 2nd-5th grade and lasts about 60 minutes. The Museum does not have indoor lunch space available.
Tell us the date and time when you want to visit. The Museum is open Wednesday - Sunday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Please select a time slot that you will enter within. Please note: the Museum has limited indoor lunch space.
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*Please Note: Boston Children's Museum requires a 1:5 chaperone to student ratio. Any additional chaperones will be charged the Museum general admission price of $22.
We are happy to work with you to provide reasonable accommodations for all students. Please let us know how we can support you.
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Please specify your accommodation requests for these students.
Thanks to the tremendous generosity of our donors and corporate sponsors, we are able to offer partially sponsored admission to qualifying groups throughout the calendar year. In order for your group to qualify, your organization must be a non-profit organization that supports our mission and the enrichment of our museum’s core audience, children ages 0-10.
Check here if you would like to apply for a sponsored visit
Please give a brief description of your organization, the population you serve and how your organization will benefit from visiting Boston Children's Museum.
Boston Children's Museum is committed to providing accessibility to all visitors and actively raises funds to ensure full access. We ask that you provide us with the following information so that we can provide accurate visitor information to our funders. Please indicate which of the following best represents the racial and ethnic heritage of members of your group. All information is voluntary and will remain confidential.
Please estimate the number of children who are:
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