London Children's Museum has been deeply rooted in the community since 1977.

For more than 45 years, the London Children’s Museum has housed dozens of exhibits, hundreds of education programs, over 7,000 artifacts, and more than 2 million visitors.

Explore more of the London Children's Museum's archives, history, and future plans for the move to 100 Kellogg Lane.

Unearth Wonder

Help build our NEW dinosaur exhibit at 100 Kellogg Lane!

The future London Children’s Museum was shaped by the ideas and dreams of over 500 children, families, and community members. And children in our community made one thing very clear - our new home would not be complete without dinosaurs!

But to make our community’s dream a reality, we need your help! You can bring these prehistoric wonders to life by donating today. Every gift matters!

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Carol Johnston


Carol Visits Boston Children's Museum

Johnston family visits Boston Children's Museum
Testing Bottle Rockets


Testing Ideas

By 1975, a group of forward-thinking educators, leaders, and volunteers had been assembled to test museum ideas in parks and garages.
Home at London Towers


Home at London Towers

In October 1976, the London Children's Museum began the experimental Storefront Museum project,
21 Wharncliffe Rd S


Move to Wharncliffe Road

With the help of donors, volunteers, and community leaders, an old school on Wharncliffe Road South was transformed into the London Children’s Museum’s new home.