Duluth Children's Museum2125 W Superior Street
Duluth, MN 55806
Located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in the heart of the Craft District. We are located at 2125 W Superior Street, Duluth, MN 55806.
Explore aviation with our Cirrus plane exhibit. Learn STEM concepts by manipulating ramps and balls on the giant magnet wall, building on the magnet and construction tables, and practicing concepts with daily programs. Explore the St. Louis River Estuary’s wild rice paddy from inside a canoe while learning about the five stages of the sacred wild rice harvest through Ojibwe language. The museum’s youngest visitors can play and learn in a nature themed space designed just for Toddlers. Practice gross and fine motor skills while climbing, sliding, and wobbly walking. An adjacent Nurture Room provides a quiet environment and facilities for caregiver nursing, pumping, and child calming needs. And experience our Learning Lab, doubling as a science room and kitchen, the Lab is a place to learn how plants grow, test your chemical hypothesis, and prepare snacks with fresh produce from the museum’s greenhouse and gardens.
At the Duluth Children’s Museum, your child’s imagination can wander endlessly and learn extensively.
DatesWED-SAT | 9:00 AM-4:00 PM | See website for holiday hours
$10.00 per person | Kids under 1 years old are free. | Admission is always free with a Duluth Children's Museum membership! Memberships start at just $80.
Housed in a historic building, we practice active reuse. We recycle & use recycled materials in our programming and administrative space. Florescent lighting is used where possible.
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
- Wheelchair accessible entrance
- Wheelchair accessible parking
- Wheelchair accessible restrooms
- Companion restrooms
- Wheelchair accessible seating
- Quiet room available
- Adult-size changing facilities
Meetings & Conferences
- Largest meeting room (sq ft): 40