• Let’s play and learn!

    Your Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum was planned, designed and built just for kids! From the colorful carpet to the portraits done by area children to our immersive and interactive exhibits, we are ready to make your visit as educational, inspirational and fun as possible. Check out the links below for frequently visited pages, or explore the menus above for more information on our museum.

  • Let’s play and learn
    Explore our hands-on galleries – from wet water exploration to fast-paced automotive adventures – and learn about the world around you!
     
    See what’s happening

    Plan a visit by checking out our upcoming events. You don’t want to miss out!

  • Members matter
    Join our family of members and take advantage of unlimited admissions and discounts on parties, camps and more!
     
    Make play possible

    Become a supporter, make a donation or volunteer, and help make our goal of “access for all” possible!

     

     

  • Huntington Bank Common Cents field trips

    The Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum and Huntington Bank have partnered to provide Huntington Bank Common Cents Financial Field Trips on Fridays throughout the 2018 and 2019 school year. These field trips are available to schools in Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties.

     

  • Isabella Bank sponsors new drive-thru exhibit

    Isabella Bank will unveil a new Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum exhibit Thursday, October 18, 2018. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at the museum – located at 315 W. Genesee Ave. in Saginaw – at 4 p.m. and the public is invited to attend the ceremony at no cost.

     

  • UnitedHealthcare presents Fall Festival event

    UnitedHealthcare (UHC) will host Fall Festival at the Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 4. All grandparents receive FREE admission. Plus, UHC is sponsoring free admission for all guests that show their Medicare or Medicaid cards and guests with UnitedHealthcare Community plans. For all other guests, the fun-filled festivities are included with regular admission.

     

  • Nicole Banowetz to exhibit sculpture, teach workshop

    Denver-based artist and educator Nicole Banowetz will install and exhibit a permanent inflatable sculpture at the Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum. The sculpture unveiling will be held at 10:15 a.m. on Friday, November 9 and the public is invited to attend. After the unveiling, she will host a workshop for a class of 3rd grade students from Stone Elementary School in Saginaw.

     

  • The following tools are always available for check out at the Reception Desk:

    • Communication board
    • iPad with communication, sensory and screen reader apps
    • Decision binders with exhibit photos
    • Wheelchairs
    • Noise-reducing headphones
    • Weighted blankets
    • Dexterity vests
    • Deep pressure vests
    • Universal cuffs
    • Resistance tunnel