Museum Policies

  Kid Time Children's Museum is intended to be enjoyed by families with young children.  Exhibits and programs are planned with consideration for children ages birth to 10 years old.  The following policies are enforced to ensure our visitors safely enjoy the museum and its educational content.


  • Parents/caregivers are responsible for child supervision at all times

  • All children must be accompanied by an adult parent/caregiver (age 18+) when visiting the museum.

  • Please limit your smartphone/tablet use while visiting the museum with your child.  When parents/caregivers are absorbed in their technology device instead of engaging with their child the result is not good.

  • Lack of adequate adult supervision of children is grounds for immediate removal from the museum without refund.

  • When visiting in a family group, older siblings (age 14+) may accompany children in upstairs galleries when younger children are with a parent/caregiver downstairs, provided they are providing direct supervision and are attentive of younger siblings in their care. Older siblings who are found to be inattentive to children in their care must return (with siblings) to the proximity of the parent/caregiver of the group.


  • Roughhousing with exhibits and/or other people is NOT permitted.

  • Disruptive, disrespectful and/or abusive behavior will result in your being asked to leave the museum immediately without refund, and may be grounds for revoking museum membership.


  • Adults may not explore the museum without accompanying children or without being escorted by museum staff.

  • Business visitors must check in at the front desk upon arrival.


  • Bathrooms inside the museum are for museum guests only and are not available to the general public.

  • Adults must accompany their child(ren) to the bathroom.


  • Guests are required to comply with Kid Time staff instructions and/or directives with respect to museum policies.

  • If you see something that concerns you, please alert museum staff immediately.