National Children's Museum Reopens

February 25, 2020
The National Children’s Museum has reopened.

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The National Children's Museum is officially reopened.

A new location opened at Reagan Building and International Trade Center on Monday.

With new innovative exhibits including arts and tech, data science, and engineering, the museum is aiming to encourage children to embrace STEAM (science, technology, art and math) fields.

[ museum makers • engineering games + play > . . Experience the thrill of a speeding car as you explore how different materials, forces, energy, and design interact. Design, build, and test your very own cars on our custom racer derby track, presented by @ddotdc. Stay tuned for opening updates! #museummakers #nationalchildrensmuseum

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[ museum makers • data science alley > . . Experimentation and data exploration through active play! Presented by @amazonnews, several interactive experiences will introduce young learners to data science concepts as they explore figures and statistics through play. Stay tuned for opening updates! #museummakers #nationalchildrensmuseum

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National Children's Museum was proud to participate in Community Cuts for Kids, presented by WPGC and the Burton & Craig Shields Foundation at THEARC. After getting free hair cuts and back to school swag, kids stopped by our photo booth to strike a pose! #backtoschool #CCFK #CCFK2019 #WPGC #CraigBlac #THEARC WGPC Early Childhood Center Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC)

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The new building requires timed tickets and will be open from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.daily.

Admission is $10.95 for adults and children. Children under 1 get free entry.

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