Lemons? Nope, lemonade!
starting May 1st - We're OPEN for PLAY! Get tickets today!
Kazoo and our friendly staff are so super excited to welcome you back to the museum! Our mission to create, discover, and learn through the power of play is best lived out through in-person play. We've taken the lemons that 2020 has thrown at us and added in some super sweet surprises to create a recipe for re-open that is sure to excite!
So, STARTING MAY 1st, 2021 we invite you back to the museum to discover 2 brand new permanent exhibit experiences, 5 special exhibit experiences, plus bright and cheery surprises around every corner!
Here's what to expect:
1. Understand your membership status.
All memberships that were active during our most recent closure will receive a credit for the amount of active time that overlapped our closure. Membership expirations will be automatically advanced to reflect a new expirations date customized to your membership. Members, check your email for an overview of how this works, or if you have questions about your new expiration date please email us at email@example.com. Not a member? Become one today!
2. Reserve tickets online (click HERE to reserve).
We encourage you to purchase tickets online to ensure that we can get you checked in and playing as quickly as possible once you arrive at the museum. Tickets can also be purchased upon arrive at the Welcome Desk . Non-member tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
2. Bring your friends and COME PLAY!
Reminder, the museum is filled with lots of new and exciting things, but your kiddos will no doubt delight in most of their "old favorites" as well. Just a heads up, a portion of Prairie Dog Tunnels has been removed to make space for our new "Exploring Trees - Inside AND Out" exhibit, presented by National Arbor Day Foundation and the water play area has been removed and blocked off in preparation of the exciting arrival of yet another new exhibit, a traveling exhibit that will be arriving in mid June!
All local Directed Health Measures (DHMs) will be followed by the Lincoln Children's Museum. In accordance with the mask mandate put in place by the Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department and Mayor Leirion Gaylord Baird, masks are required to be appropriately worn over your nose and mouth by all visitors 5 years of age and over.
PLEASE NOTE: The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is still on-going. COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can lead to serious illness and sometimes death. There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present; including the Lincoln Children's Museum. By entering the premises you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. If you or anyone in your party feels sick, please do not visit the museum.