Since its inception in 1976, Omaha Children's Museum has been a special place where children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works and learn through play.
The mission of Omaha Children's Museum is to engage the imagination and create excitement about learning.
The museum's permanent exhibits include Charlie Campbell Science & Technology Center, Creative Arts Center including the Karen Levin Artist-in-Residence Studio and Imagination Playground.
In addition to its permanent exhibits, Omaha Children's Museum offers educational programs, traveling exhibitions, field trips, outreach programs, summer camps and early childhood programs.
For more information visit ocm.org.
Omaha Children's Museum FAQ
Q: What ages do you serve?
A: Most of our exhibits and programs are designed to serve an early childhood audience, ages 0-8 years.
Q: What are your permanent exhibits?
A: Creative Arts Center; Charlie Campbell Science and Technology Center; Imagination Playground.
Q: What educational programs does the museum offer?
A: We offer a broad array of programs for children to experience arts, science and much more. From weekly programs like Science Sleuths, Art Explosion and Preschool Pals to annual celebrations like First Night of Play, numerous summer camps and workshops.
Q: Do you offer annual membership?
A: Yes, our annual membership is the best value and pays for itself in just 3 visits (for a family of 4). Memberships for families and grandparents are available and there are a number of options for add-ons like additional cardholders and extra guests.
Q: Where can I plan for my visit?
A: Go to our web site at ocm.org to find out more about the museum, check the calendar, get prepared for your visit or to register for programs.