Great Lakes Children’s Museum

Great Lakes Children’s Museum

The Great Lakes Children’s Museum provides hands-on, interactive, and informal educational environments for children and the adults in their lives that invite curiosity, allow exploration, encourage participation, and celebrate the child-like wonder in all of us. The Museum provides a mix of exhibits and programs catering to a number of early childhood developmental areas, ranging from role play to creativity to curiosity to pattern recognition to social awareness. Although people of all ages enjoy playing and learning in the museum on a daily basis, the targeted age range for its permanent exhibits is currently from 12 months to 8 years old.

The Great Lakes Children’s Museum is a registered 501(3)c committed to bringing hands-on education to all members of the community in fun and meaningful ways. There are earmuffs, weighted vests, and neurodiversity resource packs available for guests to check out upon entry.

The Great Lakes Children’s Museum has resources available for families during their visit, including:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Earmuffs
  • Weighted Vests
  • Neurodiversity Resource Packs
  • Special assistance during programs 

Resources can be obtained at the Front Desk upon entry. For questions or more information, call 231-932-4526.

13240 W Bay Shore Dr., Traverse City, MI, Michigan, United States, 49684