FAQs

COVID-19 Protocols

As per the Province of Ontario, visitors are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination. Visitors are not required to wear a mask, however, masks continue to be welcomed and appreciated.

What can I expect at the London Children's Museum?

The London Children’s Museum offers nine interactive exhibits. Children are encouraged to learn and explore in their own way and at their own pace. Let your child take the lead! In addition to permanent exhibits, we offer daily programs, special guests, and more. Check our calendar for upcoming events.

What age group is the London Children's Museum designed for?

London Children’s Museum exhibits and programs are designed for children ages 0-12 and their caregivers. For our youngest visitors, we offer a number of early years programs specifically for children 0-5 and their caregivers. Check our calendar for dates and details. All children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Can I bring my own food?

Yes! Outside food is permitted in designated eating areas. Light snacks and beverages are available for purchase at our Explore Store.

Are you a peanut-free facility?

The London Children’s Museum is not a peanut- or allergy-free facility. 

Is the London Children's Museum wheelchair and stroller accessible?

Yes! Wheelchairs and strollers can reach every area in the London Children’s Museum. All floors are accessible by elevator. Learn more about accessibility.

Who pays admission at the London Children's Museum?

Admission is charged per person. The London Children’s Museum experience is meant to involve the whole family, grown-ups included. A child’s learning deepens when a grown-up is engaged in the experience. It is our goal to provide an interactive environment where children and adults can slow down, connect, and spend quality time learning together. 

What discounts or subsidies are available?

  • London Children’s Museum members receive free admission
  • Members of other museums, science centres, and attractions across Canada may be eligible for free admission. Check the CASC reciprocal agreement
  • Members from other children’s museums around the world may be eligible for discounted admission. Check the Association of Children’s Museum’s agreement.
  • TD Free Family Fun Night takes place every Thursday evening.
  • Subsidies for memberships, summer day camps, and education programs are available through our Share the Fun subsidy program. info [at] londonchildrensmseum.ca (Contact us) for details.

Is the London Children's Museum a charity?

The London Children’s Museum is a registered charity. Donations provide more than 10,000 children and families in financial need with free admission, memberships, education programs, and day camp experiences every year. Donor support also ensures we can continue to offer exciting educational programs and services for children and families. Charitable Registration No. 10808 7263 RR0001

Is the London Children's Museum moving?

Yes! After extensive community consultations, the London Children’s Museum has found the perfect home at 100 Kellogg Lane. The new space occupies over 32,000 square feet on the fourth floor, is centrally located, easily accessible, has an open concept layout, has 24-foot ceilings, ample parking and outdoor space available for exploration and play. During the design and renovation process, we remain open for play at 21 Wharncliffe Rd S!