Opening December 14, 2012 at National Harbor, the National Children’s Museum is a world-class cultural and educational center that inspires children to care about and improve the world. The Museum’s exhibits and programs will focus on six core content areas: the arts, civic engagement, the environment, global citizenship, health and well being, and play. Comprised of two main galleries, 3 & Under and Our World, the dynamic and engaging space will be a destination for families, school groups, area residents, and visitors from around the country and the world.
Standard admission to the National Children’s Museum is $10 per child or adult, and there is no cost of admission for infants age 12 months or younger. The museum will be open seven days per week from
10am to 5pm, with the exception of Monday, December 24 (10 am to 1 pm), Tuesday, December 25 (closed) and Tuesday, January 1 (closed).
For more information, please visit the National Children’s Museum website!