Cayton Children’s Museum
Cayton Children’s Museum, formerly Zimmer Children’s Museum, is a space for children and parents to explore meaningful play designed to help children become compassionate, confident human beings.
The museum features five wings of themed exhibits designed around developing core values such as serving the community, collaboration and teamwork, developing goals and ambition, reflection and introspection, and uncovering new strengths.
Join museum staff on Thursdays, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., for an opportunity to create together. Activities explore others’ perspectives and viewpoints through the lens of artists who have changed the world.
Spring, summer, and winter camps are available for potty-proficient children (ages 3-8). Scholarships are available for eligible families. For enrollment and pricing, visit their camps page.
Free and Discounted Admission
Admission is free for for visitors who participate in EBT and WIC. Discounted admission is available for active and retired military and first responders, as well as visitors with ACM Reciprocity stickers.