June 1, 2019: KOBI NBC 5 NEWS

Kid Time! unveils new home in Medford

June 1, 2019 :  KDRV Newswatch 12 (ABC)

.Kid Time to become The Children's Museum of Southern Oregon

April 13, 2019:  KDRV Newswatch 12 (ABC)

Kid Time Children’s Museum Executive Director Sunny Spicer updates plans to move into the Carnegie Building and talks about the possibility of renaming the museum.


April 26th, 2018:   KOBI NBC 5 NEWS

Kid Time Children’s Museum Executive Director Sunny Spicer discusses the organization’s recently acquired lease for the Carnegie Library building in Downtown Medford and how this will help increase their programs for children.


April 20th, 2018:  KTVL CBS 10 NEWS

Kid Time Children's Museum talks plans for Carnegie building.


April 20, 2018:  KOBI NBC 5 NEWS

Kid Time planning expansion in Carnegie Building.


April 19, 2018:  KOBI NBC 5 NEWS

Kid Time awarded Carnegie Library for new site.


April 19, 2018:  KDRV Newswatch 12 (ABC)
id Time Moving Into Historical Carnegie Library.


April 19, 2018:  MAIL TRIBUNE

Kid Time will move into Carnegie Library.


April 13, 2018:  KTVL CBS 10 NEWS

City to lease historic Carnegie Library to one of two organizations.


April 23, 2017:  MAIL TRIBUNE

Open wide: Our new dental exhibit sponsored by Central Point Family Dentistry.






Find us
413 W. Main Street, Medford OR 97501




  Executive Director, Sunny Spicer
  Board President, Eric Dames


Boilerplate Statement
  Kid Time Children’s Museum is a nonprofit, hands-on, children’s discovery museum and learning center in downtown Medford serving more than 7,000 visitors a month.  We are the only facility in Southern Oregon offering quality early learning experiences through exhibits and instructed programs 7 days a week.  Contact:  Sunny Spicer, Kid Time Executive Director (541) 944-6206



  Kid Time's mission is to encourage all children to learn and grow through play.


Quick Facts

  In 2018:

  • Museum visitors:  87,800

  • Memberships:  2,371

  • Scholarship memberships:  880

  • Children served by field trips:  1,233

  • Community events: 123

  • Day passes donated in support of other community non-profits:  1,055

  • Instructed programs offered: 38

  • New programs:  19

  • Individual classes offered:  4,707

  • Total program participants:  42,000