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Chicago Children's Museum

Hours of operation



Thursday evenings…5-8pm

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Kraft Free Family Night

Every Thursday 5-8pm

Free admission for everyone


Open Programming

Explore the museum at your own pace! In addition to exploring all of our interactive exhibits, take part in fun drop-in activities designed for the whole family to enjoy.


Passport to the World: Mexico

Celebrate the culture and history of Mexico through an evening full of performances, art activities and interactive workshops.


Health & Wellness Night: Move!

Did you know that you are learning as you move? Movement is essential to growing up healthy. Join us as we get our hearts and imaginations racing with an evening of fun activities! Come play and discover all the different ways your body can move!


Snow Much Fun

Celebrate winter with us and experience

Snow Much Fun! Skate in your socks, build pretend ice forts, and start a friendly snowball fight with us – no mittens are required to enjoy these winter pastimes!


Celebrations around the World

How do you celebrate your favorite holiday? Learn how different cultures celebrate special occasions through lively music, dance, demonstrations, and hands-on activities.


Spotlight at Night

Enjoy a performance by the youth performers of Intonation Music Workshop. Then, take to the stage to sing, dance or play a musical instrument. Whatever your talent, don’t miss the fun of this inspiring evening!


Girl Scouts Night

(Pre-registered Girl Scouts Groups Only)

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