Minnesota Children’s Museum

Minnesota Children’s Museum is a non-profit community organization located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Museum mission statement is “sparking children’s learning through play”, providing an environment where kids can touch, climb, splash, crawl, push, pull, and press it all. Children ages six months through 10 years and their adult guests can explore seven galleries filled with hands-on adventures.


- Our World connects children to people and places in their community as they role play “grown–ups” in a child-size environment.

- World Works encourages creativity and problem-solving through investigation and experimentation.

- Earth World immerses children in lifelike Minnesota habitats to nurture an understanding of the natural world.

- Habitot enables infants and toddlers to safely explore four developmentally designed learning landscapes.

- Rooftop ArtPark brings nature and art together in an outdoor gallery on the Museum’s fourth-floor.

- Two special galleries offer traveling exhibits from around the world. Interactive programs, such as Story Time, Big Fun! and live animal programs happen daily.

Text source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Children's_Museum
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