We've got big plans!
Browse through our planned exhibits, then help us make them a reality!
After entering the museum, you'll find our welcome desk where you'll pay your entry fee or show your membership card. This space will also include a small retail area where you can purchase educational toys and other gifts.
Just inside the west windows facing Portage Avenue, will be the Infant-Toddler play area, a self-contained soft-sided play space for our youngest visitors to explore with their caregivers.
Next is our Science and Engineering themed Water Table. Children will be able to build their own boat at the Boat Building station, then take it over to the water table and send their boat through the interactive Soo Locks exhibit.
Through a doorway, children can follow the interactive water table into the Nature-themed half. In addition, a fish-matching station, and multiple interactive tree learning stations that will change with the seasons.
Included in the Nature Exhibits space will be a Northern Lights display with color changing lights that delight the senses.
Beyond the Nature exhibits will be our multi-level climber -- the perfect place to burn off big energy, especially on those days when it's too cold to be outside!
Our exhibits will include a Sensory Room -- a space specially designed for sensory calming, with soothing lights and sounds and soft seating. In a environment with so much to take in, this space will provide children who need a sensory break with a place to find calm.
Our Birthday Party Rooms will be the perfect place to host your child's birthday party.
Our Maker Space will provide children with activities that explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
The Main Street play area will include a bank, a hospital, and a grocery store, while the Jacobsville Sandstone Construction exhibit will include large foam blocks and a crane.