Betty Brinn Children's Museum129 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 929 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4143905437
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Children Museums, Garden, Family And Kids
If you are travelling with children, the Betty Brinn Children's Museum offers a fun way to learn about the technology, science, society, jobs and all the ‘real-adult-world scenarios’ out there!
The place has it own ‘Kids Community’ where children can have pretend jobs and head pretend business as well! For the science and art loving kids, there are workshops to explore their creativity, skills and personality.
Other highlights include:
- Railway Exhibit
- ABC garden
- Beehive exhibit
Betty Brinn Children's Museum Travel Tips
- Children must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older) at all times during the visit.
- All adults must be accompanied by a child.
Entrance Ticket Details For Betty Brinn Children's Museum
- $ 8.00 for adults and children age 1 and older
- $ 7.00 for seniors (age 55 and older)
- Free for children younger than 1 year.
- Free for members.
Betty Brinn Children's Museum Hours
- For holiday hours and other timings, visit the official website.
How to Reach Betty Brinn Children's Museum
- By Bus: at Wisconsin & Cass
- By Taxi
- By Car/Bike
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24.29% of people who visit Milwaukee include Betty Brinn Children's Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
52.17% of people start their Betty Brinn Children's Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Betty Brinn Children's Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Betty Brinn Children's Museum
Betty Brinn Children's Museum Reviews & Ratings
It was fun for my kids. The vast majority of the activities there seem to be focused around the preschool/kindergarten school age kids, with some exhibits for older kids. The science area was pretty cool. Both of my kids really enjoyed the computer "coding" station. I would definitely recommend this place if your children are between 4-10. Anything older and the kids might get kind of bored.
We had an awesome time. Tina at the front desk was so cool and really helpful on info about the museum and surrounding city area. The museum is amazing and the kids had so much fun. Hands down the best children's museum ever.
This place has a decent blend of staple, static exhibits: motorcycles, bus, grocery store, construction zone, tube and tunnel system, and a regularly rotating array of seasonal activities (the baseball exhibits were great over summer of '19). Depending on when you go, sometimes the seasonal setup is a little light, but kids love it, it's usually clean and organized, and parking is cheap with museum admission (just remember to pay for parking when paying for admission).
It's a great place to visit at least once, but I think that some of the exhibits could benefit from an update. The day we were there the museum wasn't very busy but yet many items seemed out of place in the exhibit or missing from the area all together. My daughter was looking forward to going into the craft area, which did not open during our visit despite hours being posted on the door suggesting that it should be open.
Love taking my 3 year old here. So much for him to do and everything he touched is educational in some way. Not to mention he can touch everything. No chasing after him yelling to put that down or don't touch that. I can let him just be his curious 3 year old self and really dive into the learning.