Detroit Children's Museum

Established in 1917 by the Detroit Public Schools system, the Detroit Children's Museum has become one of America's longest running children's museums. The DCM also works with the Detroit Science Center to develop all sorts of programs and exhibit to invoke learning for today's youth. It's a place where ideas are thought of and explored in a safe environment to learn and teach others. With over 100,000 artifacts and other inactive activities and demonstrations, kids can learn about all kinds of the worlds wonders and cultures right at their fingertips. Popular exhibits include the Planetarium, the Travel Through History Gallery, the Live, Learn, Play Center, and the Up North gallery, among many other fun things.

6134 2nd Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 873-8100