Children's Museums and Community Mental Health

May 16, 2020

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So, here’s a question for you… What do children's museums have to do with mental health? It's easy to think there isn't much of a connection, but you'd be surprised! Mental health services can be difficult for some families to access, particularly in underserved communities. Children's museums, though, can be a non-traditional way to expand this access, which can, in turn, contribute to improving the mental health and wellness of a community. If you're interested in learning more about this, take a look at this webinar from the Aspen Institute.

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General Admission Hours

  • Tuesdays: 10 am until 5 pm
  • Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 10 am until 2 pm

General Admission Prices

  • Daily Single Child Play Pass (17 and under): $5 
  • Daily Single Adult Play Pass (18+): $5  
  • Seniors/Veteran (50+): $3
  • Access (EBT or SNAP, up to 5 people): $3
  • Daily Family Play Pass: $25
  • Infants (12 months and under): Free
  • Annual Memberships:
    • Family Plan (3 people): $55
    • Group Plan (4-5 people): $75
    • Neighborhood Plan (6+ people): $115
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