Family Max (for immediate family members)- $25
Infants 12 months and under- FREE
Access- $3 (Any guest who presents their Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) card upon arrival will be given an admission price of $3.00 per person for up to 5 adults or children)
$55- Family Plan ( 3 people)*
$75- Group Plan (4-5 people)*
$115- Neighborhood Plan (6+ people)*
*Each plan includes one free pass for up to two children for Parents’ Night Out.
See our Program Schedule for updates on all space activities
*Space is Limited: Staff may limit play and discovery time to 2 hours if other guests are waiting to start their learning experience.
**COVID Protocols: The Museum of Play will be observing the same protocols that are currently in place in our State.
Free and accessible parking is available in the Museum parking lot. Ample on-street metered parking is also available near Neighborhood North.
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General Admission: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm
Children museums are just for kids. Play is for everyone!-- grown-ups and kids should have fun exploring our exhibits together.
Be Quiet. What? No way! Tell stories and share what you’re discovering as you play together at Neighborhood North.
Do not make a mess. Discover every part of the exhibit, but be sure to clean up before moving on to another exhibit.
Only play by yourself. Meet new friends and imagine together, being sure to be kind to your neighbors.
No questions. Be curious and ask tons of questions--our staff is here to help you create, explore and learn new things!
Do not use your phone. Use your phones to take photos to remember your visit and share to #NNMOP.
No eating. Please enjoy snacks, just keep any food items at the tables in our Maker Space area.
Do not touch: These exhibits are made for learning and exploration so please touch and explore
Neighborhood North actively works to ensure access for ALL children and their grown-ups, regardless of zip code, learning differences, economic status, race, or gender. If your family requires specific accommodations, please contact Neighborhood North ahead of your visit.
Registered service dogs are welcome at Neighborhood North. Animals defined as “comfort animals” or “therapy animals” are not defined by the ADA as service animals and will not be admitted to the Museum.
Sensory Bags are available for check-out at the Front Desk for guests to use during their visits in the museum. Some items included in the Sensory Bags are noise-reducing headphones, fidgets, weighted blankets, and Visual behavior keyring).
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