Access

access programs

All children should have the chance to dream big.
At National Children’s Museum, we are working to ensure that all children can access the high-quality science, technology, engineering, arts, and math experiences and programs that will spark their imagination.

community access programs

National Children’s Museum is partnering with local organizations that serve families to ensure the price of admission is not a barrier for any child. By partnering with libraries, food banks, women’s shelters, learning centers, and other community nonprofits that families know and trust, the Museum extends its reach and makes a greater impact.

washington, dc

Through the generosity of Booz Allen Hamilton and the Bainum Family Foundation, families will have access to shared family membership at 25 sites.

northern virginia

Amazon is sponsoring Museum access in Arlington County, Alexandria City, Fairfax County, Fairfax City, and Falls Church City. Families will have access to shared family membership at 20 sites.

community membership program partners

washington, dc

asian american lead – dc

apple tree

boys and girls club of greater washington

bright beginnings

briya public charter school

centronia

city kids

dc public library

for love of children

higher achievement

homeless children’s playtime project

horton’s kids

house of ruth

lift dc

martha’s table

my sister’s place

ronald mcdonald house charities – dc

thrive dc

women palante

virginia access program partners

asian american lead – northern virginia

alexandria public library

boys and girls club of greater washington

center for alexandria’s children

child and family network center

falls church-mclean children’s center

higher achievement – va

northern virginia family services

rosie riveters

space of her own (soho)