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Learning Through Play

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay serves the developmental needs and interests of children by providing educational exhibits and programs that stimulate curiosity and motivation through hands-on play and exploration.  Children learn through play; they explore and create, conquer fears, develop confidence and master the world around them.  While functioning as a town square and building social capital for children and families, The Children’s Museum of Green Bay has emerged as the community institution that provides a unique, interactive environment where children and adults can connect and where play inspires a passion for lifelong learning.

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Daily Hours

Monday:        CLOSED

Tuesday:        CLOSED

Wednesday:   10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Thursday:      10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Friday:            10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Saturday:       10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sunday:         12:00 – 3:00 pm

Admission Rates

General Admission: $8
Seniors (62+): $7
Children under 15 months: FREE
Children of Promise Participants: $3

Our Children of Promise program allows qualifying families admittance into the museum for $3 per person in the household.  Participation is required for one or more of the programs listed below*:
– FoodShare
– WIC
– SSDI
– Big Brothers Big Sisters or PALS Program
– Head Start
– Foster Care

*You will be required to provide a photo ID as well as proof of current participation in one of the listed programs.  Proof of participation documents must have a name listed.

Parking

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay now has its own parking lot! There are 50+ spots available to Museum guests in the lot adjacent to our building at 1230 Bay Beach Road. 

Groups and Field Trips

The Green Bay Children’s Museum Field Trips are available as follows:
 Tuesday though Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Field trip reservations are not accepted for peak visitation days, including school breaks, holidays, and weekends.

Continue reading to learn more about admission, lunch options, program overview, and common field trip questions.

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Welcome back! We can't wait to see you. We have missed the sound of your laughter and the opportunity to share family learning in person. When you're ready, here's what you need to know: Face masks are required for visitors ages 5 and up. We have adjusted some exhibit experiences to ensure your family has a safe visit. Social distancing, although counter-intuitive in a children's museum setting, will be encouraged!