London Children’s Museum

Arts & Culture, Education


The London Children’s Museum curates powerful play experiences through immersive environments, authentic materials, and meaningful relationships. As a champion for children, we advocate for their unique perspectives, contributions, and ways of learning. Exhibits and engaging educational experiences allow children to explore history and heritage, investigate the science and social relationships, and celebrate art and culture.

The London Children’s Museum helps children indulge their curiosity and play their way to a life of innovation and creative discovery.

“Play is a child’s right and a critical component to child and youth health and wellbeing.” – Canadian Public Health Association


Our Impact

Learning happens when children play. Play is essential to every child’s healthy growth and development. The London Children’s Museum is committed to providing meaningful play-based learning experiences that support children’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Each year, we serve:

  • Nearly 90,000 children and their grown-ups
  • 8,000 students in their classrooms
  • 3,300 students at the London Children’s Museum
  • 10,400 visitors in STEAM programs
  • 6,700 young visitors in our Early Years programs
  • 3,700 day campers

Share the Fun

Every child, regardless of economic circumstance, deserves access to extraordinary educational experiences. The London Children’s Museum commits to equity and inclusion by providing subsidized access to our programs and services. Each year, we provide:

  • Free admission to 6,000+ children and their families
  • Memberships to 100+ families with financial barriers
  • Education programs and field trips to 1000+ students in priority schools
  • Day camp programs to 50+ children with financial barriers

“By investing in new opportunities for children to fall in love with learning, we nurture their inquisitiveness. We allow them to exercise creativity, take risks, and work through challenges. Charitable donations to the London Children’s Museum are a lasting and meaningful investment.” – Bill Tucker, Campaign Chair


How your gift will be used

As a registered charity, your gift allows us to:

  • Create and maintain engaging, interactive exhibits
  • Design hands-on programs that support STEAM-learning, early childhood education, and family learning
  • Offer curriculum-connected programs for educators and students in their classrooms
  • Provide subsidized memberships, admission, and education programs for children, students, and families with financial barriers
  • Offer free learning resources to educators and families
  • Build the NEW London Children’s Museum at 100 Kellogg Lane

“I want to say that when I came here I had a lot of fun! It is a good place to be and when I’m older I want to be an astronaut.” – London Children’s Museum visitor, age 6. 


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London Regional Children's Museum

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10808 7263 RR0001

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