Boston Childrens Museum

Boston, MA

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Address: 308 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, USA How do we get there? Number: 617 426 6500
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About this activity

It's ALWAYS fun to find somehwere that kids can play and create, and parents can be sure that they are learning at the same time (but chances are they won't realize it!) The Boston Children's Museum does just that! This fun and very family friendly museum that boasts loads of great hand-on exhibits which are all there just to keep your kids entertained!

The entire museum was designed for children and families, and the exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health and fitness, and the arts.

Each of the exhibits bring something special to the kids, and develop their senses, encourage their creativity and get them experimenting! The features includes zones for creative art play, construction, kids' art gallery, kinetic energy studio, theatre, perspective zone, flight simulator, Japanese House and Science Playground. How cool does that sound!?

Inspired by the latest research in early childhood development, the Baby Space is designed to spark exploration and creativity in young children ages 0 to 3, so if you have little ones - never fear! There is something JUST for them!

In this wonderful, whimsical exhibit, children can enjoy the tree house climber with bridges and slide, an extensive interactive toy train landscape, a messy area with see-through painting wall, and an infant area with plenty of soft space for crawlers and a cozy waterbed. The Family Resource Room offers parenting information.

Plus their collections extend to dolls and doll houses, Japanese artifacts, the Native American Collection and natural history.

Sounds pretty awesome to us!

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How much does it cost?






$20.00 (Ages 1 to 15 years)


Free Under

12 months.


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Boston Childrens Museum FAQ’s

The museum was built JUST for kids and their learning, because they are all about education - they know how important it is!

You are welcome to eat food from home in the Museum’s first floor Lunch Room or dine outside on the Milk Bottle Plaza. No food or beverages are allowed within the exhibit spaces.

Allow a couple of hours at least to really enjoy the exhibits!

The Museum Shop is a great place to find fun, educational and unique gifts that reflect the Museum's popular exhibits.

They love having school groups visit! Give them a call to see how they can help you with what you need!

The museum is fully accessible, and the exhibits are also in multiple languages too!

There isn't a parking garage at the museum but there are paid parking lots and garages in the immediate area so bring change! They are affordable.

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