Family Membership $100 - reciprocal with the National Children's Museums - allows admissions in other children's museums across the USA.
June 20 to June 24 - Discovery Week Summer Camp $90 (Members ($75) ages 5 to 10 yrs,, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., cost includes supplies and a light lunch.
On our 1st Floor-You and your child can create an original sculpture with artist clay. For $1(cost of clay) you may take it with you. Or, try another display, where the movement of the earth itself will draw designs with the Harmonograph.
2nd Floor-Have you seen these? Steps that play music..Lights waves that create sound..Neon pens that write in the dark..machines that defy gravity..The Drama Room, with stage and costumes-you can be a Writer, Director, Star!...a hush falls over the audience........
3rd Floor-The Transportation Room with Thomas the Tank and friends..The Veterinarians Office is open with animal friends waiting for loving arms to help fix them up. A working x-ray viewer helps find the problem right away! The Market Place is just around the corner with groceries and shopping carts for bargains for little shoppers!
Open 10 .m. to 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays
The Quaint Corner Children's Museum and Discover Center is a great location for children's birthday parties! Parties can be booked on any day the museum is open, and other days by special arrangement. Partygoers have full access to all the public areas of the museum.
$60 for up to 18 children, not counting adults, using the large front party room for two hours.
After Hours Birthday Party's and Sunday parties are an extra $25
Scheduled days fill up fast, so parties should be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
Pizza can be delivered from a local pizzaria,
bring your own cake and decorations!
Kids love exploring closets and attics, and they’re welcome to snoop around in the fourteen rooms of the Quaint Corner Children’s Museum. Peek in the International Closet or the Amish Closet, the Medical Room, or Pirate Treasure Closet.
The Quaint Corner Children’s Museum was designed as a place for families toexplore together, promoting creative hands-on learning and an appreciation for art,history, and science. The house itself is charming with its stained-glass windows and fine woodwork. Children love the craft room, dress-up clothes, and the sandbox in the basement. There’s even a player piano in the gift shop. The bathroom, like the house, is old, with no changing or wheelchair facilities. The annual Quaint Corner Children’s Fair comes in mid-August with puppet shows, games, and food.