Join us for a fun and educational time for the entire family! When you fuse family-friendly activities with innovative learning opportunities, you get the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge. With more than 20,000 artifacts showcased in more than 20 interactive exhibits, this entertaining museum delves into history, culture, Appalachian music, geography, and the environment. Families can bond over activities like pottery and gardening. For teachers, this museum offers plenty of hands-on activities that bring lessons taught in classrooms to life.
Explore a child-size dollhouse, experience the wonders of a rain forest, and learn the unique heritage of the region through the eyes of a child. Don’t miss the World of Trains exhibit and the Manhattan Project historical exhibit. Check out the special events, classes, and camps that are offered throughout the year! Trust us – it’s for the child in all of us!
The Children's Museum is the home of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park Ranger Station. Be sure to stop by to have your National Park passport stamped!
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Children's Museum of Oak Ridge directly.