Dear Kid Time Families,

With the ongoing concern of the spread of COVID-19, Kid Time has decided that it is in the best interest of both the community that we serve, as well as our team that we close all operations until further notice. Please visit our website at kid-time.org for more information. Currently, the Learning Loft preschool is still open.

We understand the importance that this place holds, and know that we are an important resource to our families. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, and look forward to opening our doors as soon as health and safety concerns permit. Thank you for your understanding.


The Kid Time Team

March 13, 2020


 At Kid Time Children’s Museum, the health and safety of visitors is our first priority. Maintaining a clean children's museum is paramount to our daily operations.  In light of recent concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), we've increased the intervals of our cleaning procedures. Learn more about our enhanced measures here.

Kid Time is open for play during normal business hours! Please refer to our website or social media for updates. 


Kid Time  is closely watching developments and preparing contingency plans for changing circumstances.  Our staff is adhering to protocols and guidelines set forth by the following organizations: 



Wash Your Hands

Hand sanitizer dispensers are posted throughout Kid Time.

We encourage visitors to sanitize their hands upon entering and exiting Kid Time.

Hand-washing Reminders

1.Wash your hands with soap & water for 20 seconds.

 Tip: Sing the ABC's or Happy Birthday.

2. When soap & water aren't available, use hand sanitizer.

3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

4. Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. Dispose of the tissue & wash hands.

5. Consider a seasonal flu shot.

When to stay home

Kid Time is open for play during regular business hours!

For your safety, and the safety of others, stay home if you or your child experience:

  • A cough or fever

  • Shortness of breath

  • Flu-like symptoms

If a visitor appears noticeably ill with flu-like symptoms, they may be asked to return home for the well-being of all guests.  Thank you for helping Kid Time maintain a clean and safe play environment!

Talking to Children about COVID-19

NPR | Goats and Soda:
Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring COVID-19


New York Times | Parenting: Coronavirus Series
Questions on Many Parents’ Minds


Save the Children:
7 Simple Tips on How to Explain to Kids