A New Children’s Museum

We have found our new home at 100 Kellogg Lane!

After 36 years on Wharncliffe Rd S, our beloved building has seen a lot of play. While the spirit of the London Children’s Museum will remain the same, it’s time to create a new space for our community.

Over the next few years, we will renovate over 35,000 square feet in the former historic Kellogg building, creating innovative exhibits designed for today’s children and families.

The new Children’s Museum will be:

  • A place for play and possibilities
  • A place for experiential learning
  • A place for all
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Learning happens when children play. For the last 40 years, the Children’s Museum has been inspiring children with creativity, curiosity and a lifelong love of learning.

Exhibits and hands-on experiences allow families to explore history and heritage, investigate the complexities of science and celebrate the beauty in art and culture.

The London Children’s Museum…

Image of cartoon castle. Promotes learning through play.
Image of cartoon brain. Supports children's social, physical, emotional and cognitive well-being.
Image of a family of three with two adults and one child. Is a place where families connect in meaningful ways.
Image of a heart between two hands. Supports diversity, accessibility and inclusion.
Image of four hands overlapping one another. Strengthens community resources.
Image of a bright light bulb. Lights a spark of discovery and lifelong learning.

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