Minnesota Children's Museum10 W 7th St
St Paul, MN 55102
Minnesota Children's Museum is located in downtown St. Paul on the corner of Seventh and Wabasha streets.Get Directions
Minnesota Children's Museum features 10 permanent exhibits including a four-story climber with spiral slide, laser maze, car wash, ball launchers, maker space, pretend town and a gallery for toddlers and preschoolers. There’s also a traveling exhibits gallery that features a new exhibit every few months.
The museum is filled with kid-powered play spaces where families have fun together and kids take the lead. With three floors of fun interactive exhibits and programs, the museum provides open-ended, self-directed experiences that give kids (and adults!) the space and freedom to explore their interests, solve problems and build life skills like confidence, critical and creative thinking, communication and more.
- General Admission (ages 1-101): $16.00
- Children under one and members: FREE
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Accessible to people with disabilities
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
Meetings & Conferences
- Catering available
Based on 363 reviews
Terrific for younger kids. I wouldn’t take kids over 9 or 10 years old there though. Restaurant was flat out horrible - only options are prepackaged stuff (potato chips, etc), pizza and hot dogs...
— butterfly00, July 21, 2022
Spent an afternoon here with my two young children who absolutely loved the place. So many interesting exhibits and hands on activities for the kids great way to spend and afternoon with the family.
— Russell C, November 9, 2021
We had so much! Great place for children and adults as well! Good to spend time in winter with your family.
— HadirSh, May 17, 2021
Love the Children's Museum. Perfect for romps with the kids. Love the interactive exhibits. It is a fun play and learning space.
— gaylep256, May 21, 2020
I went on my own tho with an eye to shopping for Childrens gifts and taking the neighbor kids next summer. There are amazing displays and activities. Plenty of interesting and experimental sorts...
— Kristin D, January 20, 2020