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Visitor FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Wonderscope has exhibits appropriate for a variety of ages – from toddlers to 10-year-olds.

Yes. Exhibits – indoors and out – are accessible to those of various abilities, as are the restrooms, program rooms, party rooms, and other areas. We have an adult changing table as well.

Throughout the day and 

Any personal items from our guests that are left in the museum are placed in our lost and found bin which is inside our coat closet. Feel free to call us if you have left an item. Wonderscope is not responsible for any items that are left in the museum.

Ticket Days are days that we require advance tickets for all who enter (even members) in order to avoid overcrowding on days we anticipate larger than average attendance.

Wonderscope offers $3 admission per person to families showing an EBT, WIC, or SNAP card and $10 annual memberships for qualifying families.

No, just our play one. Vending machines as well as seating are available in the Picnic Zone. Guests are also welcome to bring in food to the Picnic Zone and seating is also available outside.  Red Bridge Shopping Center, just next door to us, offers a variety of dining options for families to enjoy before or after their Wonderscope visit.

Yes. Wonderscope has a little Relaxation Station within Tot Spot (inside the trunk of the play tree) for children who need a little quiet time. Wonderscope also offers  Sensory Backpacks containing a collection of items that help protect the senses from being overstimulated: noise canceling headset, a weighted blanket, dark glasses, and fidget toys. Sensory backpacks can be checked out at the Welcome Desk on a first-come, first-served basis free of charge. Visitors are simply asked leave their ID at the desk. Backpack items will be cleaned and sanitized upon return and prior to reentering circulation.

Yes. You can pick up some fun Wonderscope-themed items for all ages there.

Wonderscope is a place for young children to enjoy with their adult caregivers. Adults alone will not be granted admission to the museum.
ADA-recognized service animals are welcome.

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