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With the health and safety of our visitors in mind, and in light of recommendations from public health authorities, the Children’s Museum is temporarily CLOSED to the public until further notice due to the public health risks associated with COVID-19. All bookings and special events have also been suspended.
We will continue to follow recommendations outlined by our provincial and local health authorities to determine the length of this closure.
We encourage friends and visitors to check the Children's Museum's website and social media channels for up-to-date facility information.
Manitoba Children's Museum
45 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg MB R3C 4T6
Admission: Ages 1-101: $11.00 + GST (Memberships are also available)
Open daily. Hours vary with season. Call the museum at 204.924.4000 for more information.
About the Museum:
The Children’s Museum is a fun family destination! Housed in the oldest surviving train repair facility in Manitoba, the Children's Museum features twelve permanent galleries that spark kids’ creative learning. Visitors can hop aboard the authentic 1952 diesel locomotive and 1910 Pullman passenger coach, explore the five-storey tall Lasagna Lookout, test their perceptions in the giant Illusion Tunnel, perform water experiments in Splash Lab, and much more. A toddler-exclusive space, Tot Spot serves the needs of the Museum’s smallest visitors. During the holiday season, take a stroll through the land of fairytales in Eaton’s Fairytale Vignettes display. All that PLUS public programs, workshops & special events!
Mini Mondays, I Love To Read Month, Spring & Summer Day Camps, Spring Break Line-Up, June Balloon Birthday Party, Family Night Out Fundraiser, Halloween Howl, and Top Hats & Tiaras New Year’s Eve Celebration. Click here to learn more about upcoming events at the Children's Museum.
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