Madison Children's Museum
The new Madison Children’s Museum is an award-winning destination for fun family activities and hands-on learning! Visit our inventive city of Possible-opolis for ages 6 and up, and our four-season Rooftop Ramble, with animals and gardens. Kids under 5 have a place of their own in the Wildernest, a global village made with natural, local materials. There’s always something new to do at Madison Children’s Museum, where our mission is to connect children with their family, their community, and the world beyond through discovery learning and creative play. Through July and August Madison Children's Museum is offering daily tours of the 1830's Brand Log Cabin. Come see and learn about a part of Wisconsin's past. Tours last a half hour, leaving plenty of time for free exploration.
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- Disabled Access
- Museum/Gallery Type
People of the Woodlands: Wisconsin Indian Ways 11/06/2009 - 12/31/2019 Madison - 0.21 miles away
Historic Preservation Month & Archaelogy Month 5/01/2017 - 5/31/2017 Madison - 0.35 miles away
World's Largest Brat Fest 5/26/2017 - 5/29/2017 Madison - 2.11 miles away
Evansville Historic District Walking Tours 5/05/2017 - 9/29/2017 Evansville - 20.92 miles away
South Pacific 4/20/2017 - 6/04/2017 Fort Atkinson - 29.36 miles away
Mostly From My Collection 4/07/2017 - 6/09/2017 Monroe - 34.77 miles away
Wisconsin Regional Arts Exhibit 4/07/2017 - 6/09/2017 Monroe - 35.37 miles away
Beloit Snappers Baseball 4/06/2017 - 9/06/2017 Beloit - 42.21 miles away
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- Achieved LEED Gold Certification for an existing building, (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) in 2014
- Developed GreenExhibits.org to educate the entire museum industry on replicable green practices.
- Created Only Local Initiative, a standard created to using only local people, products, and processes in creating the museum.
- Building materials came from within 100 miles of the site, many were reclaimed and recycled products.
- Minimal waste created for exhibit fabrication; reuse leftovers for program and other exhibits.
- Has one of the state’s only green roofs; rain barrels available to collect water for watering plants.
- Very strong educator for environmental stewardship and protection of our natural resources.