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Northwoods Childrens Museum

346 West Division Street

The museum has a total of 24 interactive exhibits, each designed to pique curiosity and encourage imaginative play. All exhibits are designed to be family-friendly, educational and hands-on. The newest addition is the Energy Expedition in August of 2014. The theme area exhibit rotates seven times per year and can include live animals or a season-related topic. NCM also facilitates a variety of outreach programs. These include sponsoring children’s activities at events like at Wild Eagle Lodge, YMCA, and Kids Fest at Trigs.

It’s all yours to explore.


EF Heynen

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018
I was so surprised at how nice and we'll thought-out this museum was! There is something there for every kid! The mini grocery store with miniature shopping carts was fun. The glow room was a huge hit with my 2 year old. Then there was the reading room, the toy train and building room, the costume area, the art station, the tunnels. So much to do. My personal favorite was the working antique phone switchboard with phones at every station for kids to use. I was in the area on vacation when it was 20 below zero for the whole week, so this place was a perfect escape from the house.

chris couey

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
We always have a great time here! Staff is friendly and always around to help. We have a membership and come often making it very cost effective. Everyone with kids should check it out. Highly recommend!

Mabel Graveen

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018
It was an awesome place for ldf head start to take the kids. They all had a blast! Didn't think that many kids would fit in there but suprisingly it wasn't crowded at all. Would definitely go back.

Sonya Moore

Sunday, March 11, 2018
Absolutely Fantastic For Kids To Learn And Explore. We Had A Great Time!😇

Jennifer Winkelman

Thursday, May 17, 2018
So much to do for little creative minds! Super friendly staff and things I even got caught up playing with!

Northwoods Childrens Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media