The National Children’s Museum is finally open after some months of delays. Timed-entry tickets are available for dates over the next two weeks, with more dates to be added soon. A limited number of walk-up tickets are also available.
It sounds like the museum is not 100 percent complete yet. The main entrance and plaza level are closed, and visitors must go to the lower concourse level to enter. All exhibits are open. These include the Dream Machine, a three-story slide; Little Dreamers and Little Movers, infant and toddler play areas; and Tinkerers Studio, a learning lab. Learn more about the exhibits.
The National Children’s Museum is open 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily (closed some holidays). Tickets are $10.95 for adult/child (children under 1 are free). Memberships are also available.
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