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Flint Children’s Museum

 

explore. play. learn.

 

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Explore.

The Museum offers hands-on experiences of all types for children from ages 2 to 10.

The Discovery Zone, our rotating exhibit space, changes every three months, so check back to see what’s new. Meanwhile, click one of the links below to see how some of our fun and educational exhibits work.

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Visit Us.

For 40 years, the Flint Children's Museum has enjoyed supporting the development of every child through hands-on learning experiences and is dedicated to continuing to serve as many children and families as possible. Our main location is on the campus of Kettering University at 1602 W. University Ave. in Flint.

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The FCM staff already found some leaves that have turned from green to orange-share a picture of some signs of fall you've found so far! Also, show your bridge card for free admission until the end of September. See you soon! ... See MoreSee Less

Another big thank you to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs for $900 in professional development and training. Thanks to these funds, our staff was able to enhance our understanding and practice in areas of museum development & growth, virtual marketing and communication, and implementing culturally responsive STEAM experiences to support every child that comes to the museum for hands-on learning. We can't wait to invest this knowledge back into the museum and its visiting families-thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

Another big thank you to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs  for $900 in professional development and training. Thanks to these funds, our staff was able to enhance our understanding and practice in areas of museum development & growth, virtual marketing and communication, and implementing culturally responsive STEAM experiences to support every child that comes to the museum for hands-on learning. We cant wait to invest this knowledge back into the museum and its visiting families-thank you!Image attachment