$7.50 Adults and Children
$6.00 Active Military
FREE Children who have not yet celebrated their first birthday
Donation Only Hour - The last hour of every weekday (4:00pm - 5:00pm), we accept any amount of payment for regular admission to the Museum. Your family simply pays what you can afford to enter and play.
Seattle Children’s museum is an affordable attraction located in Armory/Center House of the Seattle Center. Grandparents pay $6.50 for admission, adults and children pay $7.50, and children younger than 12 months gain free admission. With more than 22,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space, your kids have a lot of areas to explore and you won’t feel cramped in the museum. Daily programming led by museum staff keep the museum fresh and interesting every day of the week.
Exhibit themes include: the Mountain Forest, Lego ® Near and Far, Imagination Studio, Cog City, Global Village, Discovery Bay, and The Neighborhood. The museum is dedicated to hands on, interactive learning through experimentation and play. The museum is safe and clean, adults older than 18-year-old cannot enter the museum without a child. Kids love to learn about science, art, engineering, nature and more at the Seattle Children’s museum.
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This is a great place for young kids you really can't go wrong with kids under six
One of our favorite children's museums. Our child loves the Lego section. I recommend getting a year membership if you live in the area.
My kid loves mountain forest exhibit with animal tracks and indigenous trees. Crawl down into the marmot hole or hide out in a nurse log on your way up this hill. You can also take a slide down a glacier or camp out at the peak. Also likes driving the bus. This is a fun place to visit especially when it's not as crowded just before and during lunch time (11:30 AM-1:30PM).
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