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Hours

Visit the Hours & Admissions page for holiday hours and exhibit closing times.

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CLOSURES:

Sunday, June 19: CLOSED 

Saturday, July 16:
Outdoor Naturescape CLOSED all day. Museum CLOSES at 3pm (Last entry at 2:30pm)

Sunday, July 17: CLOSED 

Enter anytime. Last admission 30 minutes prior to museum closing.

Tickets

It is recommended that non-members order tickets online in advance. Tickets are non-refundable but can be used on any day you want to visit.  

Guest Passes, Family Passes, and POGO Passes are one-time use and do not require advance reservations.

Military, Museums for All, and other discount-eligible guests do not need reservations and may purchase tickets at our Welcome Desk. 

Click here to purchase tickets!

Admission

Visit the Hours & Admissions page for information on admission discounts.

A Wonderscope visit makes a great gift! GIFT ADMISSION TICKETS  may be purchased at the museum or by calling 816-643-6700. $12 children. $9 adults. 

Museum Policies

Children and adults must stay together at all times.

Adults without children will not be admitted.

Masks are not required at this time.

Location

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A New Experience

The Regnier Family Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City

The region’s only fully accessible, non-profit children’s museum dedicated to providing STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math – educational experiences for young children and their families. Wonderscope features 30,000 square feet of indoor exploration and 1/2 acre of year-round outdoor adventure, all with a unique Kansas City theme. The museum is easily accessible via public transportation and major roadways.

Wonderscope Programs

The following programs are included FREE with your membership or general admission. Class sizes are
limited and require signing up on the day of your visit.

Indoor and Outdoor Exhibits

The Regnier Family Wonderscope Children’s Museum, is the Kansas City region’s only fully-accessible, non-profit children’s museum dedicated to providing STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math – educational experiences for young children. Wonderscope features 30,000 square feet of indoor exploration and 1/2 acre of year-round outdoor adventure.


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Our
Exhibits

Creation Station

Join KC’s vibrant creative community! Dabble in a lab featuring design and technology tools and a studio filled with an array art and craft materials.

On the Move!

Sprint into this high-energy zone to run, jump, pitch, throw, pitch – and imagine playing for a favorite Kansas City sports team.

Kid City

Explore this little Kansas City-themed nook designed especially for children under the age of 4.

Kansas City Café

Plan, prepare, and serve up some imaginative cuisine at Wonderscope’s play cafe. The specialty? KC BBQ, of course!

Crossroads of
Past & Future

Hop aboard a riverboat, railway car, and horse-drawn covered wagon and explore Kansas City’s history of transportation and exploration.

Wonder Climber

Scale this KC-themed, floor-to-ceiling play apparatus until you reach the top and board a school bus that actually takes you outside of the building!

WonderMart

Enter Kansas City’s tiniest grocery store and play shopper, check-out cashier, and shelf re-stocker.

WaterWorks

Splash away while engineering the course of water in a refreshing play area reflective of Kansas City fountains and rivers.

NatureScape

Venture outdoors into a half-acre of active exhibits that echo the greater Kansas City region’s diverse environments: urban, suburban, rural, natural, & agricultural. Walk through a little maze & explore fully-accessibly treehouse.

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Become a Member

A Wonderscope membership gives you an opportunity to save money and enjoy unlimited Wonderscope visits. Family memberships start at just $100. Buy or renew your membership online today!

You or someone you know may qualify for a $5 membership through our donor-supported Wonder Fund. Learn more.