Explore the science of motion in Velocity! Kids of all ages can roll and race golf balls on tracks that demonstrate momentum, gravity, speed, and distance in our fun interactive physics lab! Learn more.
Join us for FREE admission, courtesy of Northwestern Mutual Foundation and other supporting sponsors, from 5-8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month! Learn more.
Attention guests, alternate routes may be required to reach the Museum due to closures on the I-43/I-94 Marquette Interchange and Milwaukee Streetcar construction. Find up-to-date directions here.
Making – project-based learning – is a growing trend in education that is changing how students learn, how educators and schools teach, and how communities prepare young people for lifelong success. Learn more.
Did you know by purchasing a Level C BBCM membership with ACM Reciprocal Network benefits, you receive 50% off general admission for up to six people at museums participating in the network? Learn more.
Does your school want to receive a free educational field trip to the Museum for the 2018-2019 school year? From February 12 through March 16, 2018, schools (K-12) can register and apply for the Kohl’s Field Trip Grant Program. Learn more.
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is dedicated to providing hands-on educational experiences that help children build fundamental cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills during their formative years, and to educating adults about the profound influence of early learning on a child’s academic and lifelong success. Learn more.
An event every week that begins at 2:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until December 29, 2017
Stop by our Be A Maker space to find tools, materials and techniques for endless ways to experiment and create. Recommended for all ages, parental supervision is required.
Attention Guests: Alternate routes may be required to reach the Museum due to closures on the I-43/I-94 Marquette Interchange and Milwaukee Streetcar construction. Find up-to-date directions here.