The Lincoln Children's Museum is THE place for kids, as it's where these curious and playful little ones of all ages can discover a love of learning through the lens of discovery and play!
At the Lincoln Children's Museum, kids can build, dance, explore, create, use those imaginesion, play, climb, sing, and laugh. Kids can be whatever they want, and allow their imaginations to take them wherever they want!
The Lincoln Children's Museum features three floors and 45,500 square feet of hands-on exhibits that allow kids to explore and enjoy hands-on experiences for all five of their senses. This children's museum also ensures children with special needs are welcome and cared for.
Think about this - there are certain moments in life that money really just can't buy - from walking on the moon, to scoring that winning touchdown, to performing on a stage in front of thousands - and it's that kind of feeling that kids at this Nebraska museum can enjoy ALL day! Their imagination can run across exhibits such as the Grow Zone, perfect for kids up to 3 years, with activities that encourage growth in their own space away from the bigger kids.
It might be the Johnny Carson stage that kids are drawn to, where they can set the lights and grab a costume and put on a special show!
Tiny Town is where kids can explore the real world in a child like setting. From shopping in a grocery store, to visiting the bank or dropping on a Harley Davidson police motorbike!
City parking is available around the Museum. Many meters can be paid with coins, credit card, or the Passport mobile app. There are also two city parking garages located less than a block from the Museum: University Square at 101 N. 14th St. or the Larson Building at 1317 Q St.The first hour of parking is free in the parking garages.Get directions
$12.95 + tax
$14.95 + tax
Seniors $11.95 + tax
The Lincoln Children\'s Museum was constructed as the first green building in the city of Lincoln. The Museum incorporated these green building principles into the design and renovation of the facility. These green building principles include minimizing the amount of waste generated during construction, recycling materials that could be separated from the construction waste stream, using recycled content building materials where feasible, and using best management practices regarding energy and water conservation.
Snacks, drinks, and more are available at Kazoo’s U-Stop Cafe located on the upper floor of the Museum. No outside food or drink allowed
They offer group admission discounts of $2.50 off if you have a group of 10 - 200! You must make reservations at least 2 days in advance and have 1 adult per 5 children