Boston Children’s Museum

Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world. For over 100 years it has been engaging children in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children. Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.

contact info

Hrs: Daily 10AM-5PM, Fri. 10AM-9PM.

Boston Children’s Museum

Since its founding by teachers a century ago, Boston Children’s Museum has been a leading destination for memorable field trips and outside-the-classroom learning. The Museum supports learning by providing real objects and direct experiences that encourage imagination, curiosity, and questioning. Groups can opt for a self-guided visit around the Museum, where the students lead through curiosity and imagination. Groups can also opt for structured, age-appropriate programming with self-guided play to follow. Students can explore what it means to be part of a community in the Money Matters program, or take their shoes off and step into an authentic 100-year-old home from Kyoto, Japan.

supports classroom learning in:
STEM, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Citizenship in the Community, Engineering, Energy, Visual Arts, People of the World.

contact info
Phone: 617-426-6500 ext. 405.
Email: groupvisits@bostonchildrensmuseum.org

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School Group Size: 50 max. Program Type: Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour- 2hours. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Bring your own, Available for purchase, Picnic area available, Indoor and outdoor seating. Cost: Fee, Title I Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: PD, VI, HI, LD, ASD.

Children’s Museum Lesson Plan

Children’s museums feature interactive exhibits that are designed to be manipulated by children.

The first children’s museum in the world was the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, founded in 1899. Hundreds of children’s museums have opened in the United States since then. As of 2007, the Association of Children’s Museums estimated that there were approximately 80 children’s museums in development alone.

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Boston Children’s Museum

Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world. For over 100 years it has been engaging children in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children. Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.

contact info

Hrs: Daily 10AM-5PM, Fri. 10AM-9PM.

Boston Children’s Museum

Since its founding by teachers a century ago, Boston Children’s Museum has been a leading destination for memorable field trips. The Museum supports learning by providing real objects and direct experiences that encourage imagination, curiosity, and questioning. Groups can opt for a self-guided visit around the Museum, where the students lead through curiosity and imagination. Groups can also opt for structured, age-appropriate programming with self-guided play to follow. Scouts can explore what it means to be part of a community in the Money Matters program, or take their shoes off and step into an authentic 100-year-old home from Kyoto, Japan.

supports scout badges in:
STEM, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Citizenship in the Community, Engineering, Energy, Visual Arts, People of the World.

contact info
Phone: 617-426-6500 ext. 405.
Email: groupvisits@bostonchildrensmuseum.org

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School Group Size: 50 max. Program Type: Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour- 2hours. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Bring your own, Available for purchase, Picnic area available, Indoor and outdoor seating. Cost: Fee, Title I Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: PD, VI, HI, LD, ASD.

Children’s Museum Lesson Plan

Children’s museums feature interactive exhibits that are designed to be manipulated by children.

The first children’s museum in the world was the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, founded in 1899. Hundreds of children’s museums have opened in the United States since then. As of 2007, the Association of Children’s Museums estimated that there were approximately 80 children’s museums in development alone.

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Boston Children’s Museum

Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world. For over 100 years it has been engaging children in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children. Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.

contact info

Hrs: Daily 10AM-5PM, Fri. 10AM-9PM.

Boston Children’s Museum

Since its founding by teachers a century ago, Boston Children’s Museum has been a leading destination for memorable field trips. The Museum supports learning by providing real objects and direct experiences that encourage imagination, curiosity, and questioning. Groups can opt for a self-guided visit around the Museum, where the students lead through curiosity and imagination. Groups can also opt for structured, age-appropriate programming with self-guided play to follow. Campers can explore what it means to be part of a community in the Money Matters program, or take their shoes off and step into an authentic 100-year-old home from Kyoto, Japan.

topics covered:
Citizenship in the Community, Engineering, Energy, Visual Arts, People of the World.

contact info
Phone: 617-426-6500 ext. 405.
Email: groupvisits@bostonchildrensmuseum.org

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School Group Size: 50 max. Program Type: Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour- 2hours. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Bring your own, Available for purchase, Picnic area available, Indoor and outdoor seating. Cost: Fee, Title I Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: PD, VI, HI, LD, ASD.

Children’s Museum Lesson Plan

Children’s museums feature interactive exhibits that are designed to be manipulated by children.

The first children’s museum in the world was the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, founded in 1899. Hundreds of children’s museums have opened in the United States since then. As of 2007, the Association of Children’s Museums estimated that there were approximately 80 children’s museums in development alone.

View Lesson Plan>>

Boston Children’s Museum

Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world. For over 100 years it has been engaging children in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children. Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.

contact info

Hrs: Daily 10AM-5PM, Fri. 10AM-9PM.

Boston Children’s Museum

Since its founding by teachers a century ago, Boston Children’s Museum has been a leading destination for memorable field trips and outside-the-classroom learning. The Museum supports learning by providing real objects and direct experiences that encourage imagination, curiosity, and questioning. Groups can opt for a self-guided visit around the Museum, where the students lead through curiosity and imagination. Groups can also opt for structured, age-appropriate programming with self-guided play to follow. Students can explore what it means to be part of a community in the Money Matters program, or take their shoes off and step into an authentic 100-year-old home from Kyoto, Japan.

supports classroom learning in:
STEM, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Citizenship in the Community, Engineering, Energy, Visual Arts, People of the World.

contact info
Phone: 617-426-6500 ext. 405.
Email: groupvisits@bostonchildrensmuseum.org

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School Group Size: 50 max. Program Type: Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour- 2hours. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 5:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Bring your own, Available for purchase, Picnic area available, Indoor and outdoor seating. Cost: Fee, Title I Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: PD, VI, HI, LD, ASD.

Children’s Museum Lesson Plan

Children’s museums feature interactive exhibits that are designed to be manipulated by children.

The first children’s museum in the world was the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, founded in 1899. Hundreds of children’s museums have opened in the United States since then. As of 2007, the Association of Children’s Museums estimated that there were approximately 80 children’s museums in development alone.

View Lesson Plan>>

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