Check out this list of virtual activities offered by children’s museums, which we will continue to update regularly!
Given the public response and concern around COVID-19, we encourage our members to review their existing practices, as well as consider potential new processes to help your institution remain responsive as public spaces—and public resources.
There’s so much to love about children’s museums everywhere!
From teaching gardens to grocery store exhibits to partnerships with local universities, children’s museums promote healthy habits in joyful ways.
Children’s Museum of Sonoma County has compiled a list of resources for families coping with trauma and disasters
All children’s museums function across four key dimensions: local destinations, community resources, educational laboratories, and advocates for children.
Many children’s museums around the world have mascots that represent their museum’s mission, history, and sense of fun.
In the first 25 years of the 20th century, four museums for children opened in the United States: Brooklyn Children’s Museum (1899), Boston Children’s Museum (1913), the Detroit Children’s Museum (1917), and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (1925).
Many ACM members around the country are offering discounted and free admission to families who have been affected by the shutdown.