After almost 8 long months, Cheshire Children's Museum is open!

The safety of our visitors and staff is most important to us. 

*Museum capacity is limited to 20 visitors, which is about 15% of capacity - reservations required.  Nonmembers will pay upon entering the museum.

*Two sessions on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are available.  10:00 to noon and 1:30 to 3:30.  We will be cleaning in between sessions. 

*All staff and visitors over 24 months of age must wear a mask over their nose and mouth.

*If you or your children are not feeling well, please stay home.  This also applies to staff.

*Please use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the museum as well as during play.  There are now 5 dispensers throughout the museum.

*Everyone from different family units should stay 6 feet apart with one visiting unit per exhibit.

*Please put props that have been in a child's mouth in 1 of 2 Yuck Buckets to be sanitized.  They are located by Monadnock Munchkins and the Large Dollhouse.

*No food or drink in the museum.  

*Museum memberships will have 8 months added to the old expiration date.

*We will adjust as things change.  We ask for patience and kindness for staff and for all visitors. 

 

***Be sure to count everyone in your party when making reservations - both adults and children.***

 

Click on the tab "Make Reservations" to plan your visit!

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Admission is $7.00 for everyone 12 months and up; $5.00 for Seniors and $2.00 with an EBT Card. Active Military Families are FREE with ID ******************************************************


Imagine a World of Possibilities...

where children can play while learning... where all children can explore at their own pace in a safe, clean, and welcoming space...where children begin to learn that anything is possible!



The Cheshire Children’s Museum was recently featured on NH Chronicle. If you missed it, watch the show here by clicking on the Chronicle Link above!
The Cheshire Children’s Museum was recently featured on NH Chronicle. If you missed it, watch the show here by clicking on the Chronicle Link above!