The Miami Children’s Museum was founded in 1983 and moved to its latest location in 2003. It later built on an addition. Educational and entertaining exhibits are designed to appeal to children’s curiosity and creativity. Interactive displays at the Miami Children’s Museum include a variety of themed galleries that revolve around arts, culture, community, and communication.
The museum is located in a 56,500 square-foot facility with galleries, a 200 seat auditorium, restaurant, and gift shop.
Play, learn, imagine and create on Watson Island with the museum’s 14 interactive and bilingual exhibit galleries, as well as daily programming for the whole family. The museum also offers seasonal camps and classes, custom birthday party packages and more. Pick up a unique souvenir from Kid Smart Educational Gift Shop, and lunch at Subway. Admission is $18 for adults and children, $14 for Florida residents, and free for MCM members and children under 12 months. The parking rate is $1 per hour, seven days a week.