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The Children's Museum exterior with the Skywalk featuring the new Dinosphere.
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Grown-up taking a photo of child with mouth open and arms spread out, showing the size of a giant ammonite fossil.
The NEW Dinosphere is open
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Grown-ups and children in the background looking down at a green golf ball as it rolls into a hole in the foreground.
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Logo for SCOOBY-DOO Mansion Mayhem exhibit. Scooby, Velma, Shaggy, Fred, and Daphne are sitting in The Mystery Machine with the silhouette of a mansion in the background.
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Sauropod in the Giants of the Jurassic area inside the new Dinosphere exhibit
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Woman wearing Silent Disco headphones and a man wearing a baseball cap, smiling and posing for a selfie in front of a T. rex inside Dinosphere.
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Hours & Admission
Today's Hours
Indoor:
10 am—5 pm
Outdoor:
10 am—5 pm
Our outdoor experiences are weather dependent.
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Health and Safety Update

Effective March 9, 2022—face masks are optional at The Children's Museum.

Our health and safety standards remain responsive to the current situation. We will continue to monitor information from our local and state health departments, as well as the CDC.

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