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Register NOW for Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play!


Join us for our 3rd Annual Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play on Saturday, September 19 (9am-12pm) Enjoy some of your favorite Nickelodeon characters, face painting, bubbles, music, obstacle... more ›

Hours of Operation

Monday:   12pm - 5pm Admission
Tuesday:   10am - 5pm $8 General Admission
Wednesday:   10am - 5pm $7 Senior Citizens
Thursday:   10am - 5pm FREE 15 months & under
Friday:   10am - 5pm  
Saturday:   10am - 5pm  
Sunday:   12pm - 5pm  

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FAQs

What is a children’s museum?

How is The Children’s Museum of Green Bay funded?

Why do adults have to pay admission?

Is The Children’s Museum of Green Bay part of the ACM Reciprocal Membership?

Where can I park?

Can I bring in lunch to eat while we play?

I want to bring a large group to the museum. Do I need to schedule this ahead of time?

Green Bay schools are closed today. Will you be open?

I purchased an annual membership. Can I bring someone else in place of one of the members?

Do I need to register for programs?

How much do programs cost?

 


What is a children’s museum?

Children’s museums are institutions committed to serving the needs and interests of children by providing exhibits and programs that stimulate curiosity and motivate learning. Children’s museums bring children and families together in a new kind of Town Square, where play inspires lifelong learning. Outreach programs for at-risk and under-served youth, school partnerships, and parent resource programs in early childhood are just some of the ways children’s museums serve families in their communities.


How is The Children’s Museum of Green Bay funded?

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is a 501 c 3 community funded, visitor-supported organization.  We rely on admission and membership pricing to support our annual operating costs.  Please allow us to continue to make a difference in the lives of young children each year with a gift to the museum.


Why do adults have to pay admission?

We are an organization where “children play to learn and adults learn to play.” We encourage families to interact together in our space and share their experience.  As a community funded, visitor supported organization, we depend on our admission pricing to allow us to continue to offer top-notch educational exhibit galleries.


Is The Children’s Museum of Green Bay part of the ACM Reciprocal Membership?

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay does not accept ACM Memberships.  Although if you have a membership to another Wisconsin Children’s Museum show us your valid pass and you receive $3 off.

Where can I park?

Free parking for museum guests is available above our facility with an entrance to the ramp on Pine Street.  We have metered parking on both Washington and Northland Streets.  Also City parking is available in the Baylake Bank and Cherry St ramps.

Can I bring in lunch to eat while we play?

We have a no food or drink policy in the museum galleries but do open our Celebration Room (pending availability) if you want to bring a packed lunch or snack.  Please remember we are a no peanut facility.

I want to bring a large group to the museum. Do I need to schedule this ahead of time?

Yes! Groups of 20 or more guests are offered a reduced admission rate. Please see Groups and Field Trips section for more information on group visits.

Green Bay schools are closed today. Will you be open?

If the Green Bay public schools are closed due to weather conditions, the museum will also be closed. During Winter and Spring breaks for the Green Bay Public Schools, the museum will be open normal hours, including Mondays 12-5.  The museum will not be open on Labor Day, Memorial Day or Martin Luther King Jr Day.

I purchased an annual membership. Can I bring someone else in place of one of the members?

Memberships allow unlimited admission to the people that are named on the membership at the time of purchase. Other guests that you bring along with you will have to pay general admission. Please see our Memberships section for more information on our membership levels and benefits.

Do I need to register for programs?

Most programs are drop-in classes, unless otherwise noted in the program summary. If you do need to pre-register for a class, please do so by calling the museum or signing up at the front desk.

How much do programs cost?

Most programs are FREE with paid admission or membership, unless otherwise noted in the program summary. If a class has an additional cost, it must be paid in full at registration.