Minnesota Children's Museum

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  • Admission: age 1-101 $12.95; children under one and members are free. Free admission on Target Free 3rd Sundays from 9am-5pm.

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  • Minnesota Children's Museum is located in downtown St. Paul on the corner of Seventh and Wabasha streets.

Green Practices

  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
  • Eco-Friendly Landscape/Facility Design

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Help Create a Solar-Powered Sculpture with Gita Ghei

    Help Create a Solar-Powered Sculpture with Gita Ghei

    10 W 7th St
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Call: (651) 225-6000

    Join us at the Minnesota Children's Museum with guest teaching artist Gita Ghei!

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    Gita is a visual artist and educator whose mission is to create public art that celebrates diversity and the essential forces of nature.

    Gita will work with kids to create a Rainbow Spinner, a solar-powered sculpture that celebrates light and the formation of rainbows and colors. Using aluminum and copper foil, each visitor will create a distinct piece of art that represents their own unique super power. This artwork will be added the spinner, which will be installed in the museum’s Tip Top Terrace in summer or fall. The spinner will rotate on sunny days through solar energy. On cloudy days, visitors can pedal a stationary bike to power the sculpture.

Meetings & Conferences

  • Catering Available

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