Visit with an SCM Member through Friday, 4/12 for $3 off admission per person for up to 4 people

Grow And Play With a Friend This Spring Break

Schedule a playdate at Seattle Children’s Museum this Spring Break! Visit with a member through Friday, April 12 for $3 off admission per person in your group.
Discount not combinable with other offers and only valid for up to 4 people. 

HOURS

No reservations needed, walk-in basis only.

Open Wednesday – Monday 10am-5pm
Closed on Tuesdays

Member Only Hours
Wednesday – Monday: 9-10am

Special Hours
Open Tuesday, April 9 for Seattle Public Schools Spring Break 

Mask Up Mornings
As of January 22, 2024 we are still requiring masks for ages 3+ on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from open until Noon. Our Mask Up Mornings are very appreciated by visitors who are immunocompromised, and we receive lots of positive feedback that these visitors value this to help them feel safe and comfortable throughout the museum.

ADMISSION PRICING

Members: Free
Children: $15 (age 1-17)
Adults: $15 (age 18-65)
Seniors: $13 (over 65)
Under 1: Free

All above admission rates do not include a 5% revitalization fee.*

*As a nonprofit, this 5% revitalization fee helps us implement our mission of playful learning, exploration, and discovery for all. We work carefully to keep tickets affordable and our space accessible for everyone. Please review our discounts or ask a staff member about additional resources.

ADMISSION DISCOUNTS

Association of Children’s Museums (ACM): 50% off for up to six (6) people
Military, First Responders, & Teachers: $2 off admission per person
Military Gold Star: free admission for the family
Museums for All: $3 per person with EBT, CHIP, Provider One, WIC, or Apple Health
Northwest Association of Youth Museums (NWAYM): 25% off up to four (4) people

Please note all specialty discounts outside of those listed above issued prior to our re-opening in 2022 are no-longer eligible for use. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more on planning your visit to Seattle Children’s Museum with these FAQs.

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Parking & Transportation

View directions to the museum, available parking, and optimized public transit routes.

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Our Code of Conduct

Before your visit, learn more our values and our Code of Conduct for all staff and visitors.

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