Join us on Friday, February 4th!

The Details:

  • February 4 is a no-school day.

  • Join us for an adventurous field trip to the Minnesota Children’s Museum on Friday, February 4, 2022, 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM. Explore the museum and have an opportunity to meet and socialize with other Early Learning families. Grandparents or other favorite grown-ups welcome!

  • The Advisory has secured discount general admission tickets for a group visit: $7 per child and adults admitted for free. We have 130 tickets total. NOTE: Individual/family memberships do not count towards our group visit, so if you have a membership, the $7 per child still applies. Children under 1 year of age are admitted for free.

  • Transportation is on your own to the Minnesota Children’s Museum in downtown St. Paul.

  • Our group visit ends at 1:00 PM.

COVID-19 Rules and Expectations at the Museum:

  • No food allowed inside the museum right now, including the Museum Cafe being closed. You may leave the museum, i.e. go to the adjacent skyway system, for snacks, and be readmitted to the museum. Water bottles are allowed inside the museum!

  • Masks are required for all visitors age 5 and older, whether they are vaccinated or unvaccinated.

  • Masks are strongly encouraged for kids ages 2 to 4.

  • Anyone who is sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should not come to the museum.
    Read museum’s COVID-19 Information for Visitors in full.

More About the Museum:

Three Floors of Fun! Exhibits spark children’s learning through play. The experiences are open-ended, allowing children to explore, create and pursue their own interests. More About Current Exhibits

To Reserve Your Tickets:

Update on 1/30/22: This event is full and now closed for registration. Payment is required to complete your reservation. Due to the highly discounted ticket price, there are no refunds unless cancellation is received by midnight on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.

Questions? Please email

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