The Children’s Museum is developmentally appropriate for children age 7 and under, however we find that many older children enjoy the museum when accompanying younger visitors. Additionally, we have programs designed to include older children. Please feel free to call us if you have questions about the nature of our exhibits or programs.
Climb into our tree house and find the habitats of various local animals, surround yourself in a life sized bubble, or create music of your own in our child sized replica of Congress Park.
Sponsored by: Saratoga Springs Rotary Club, NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Kate Wimpfheimer-Antoine and Robert Antoine, International Paper, Sandy Hill Foundation, Saratoga Springs Lions Club, and Linda and Michael Toohey.
Pond Life Experience
What makes pond life grow? Discover the different animals that call the pond home and how all the elements of a pond rely on each other.
Sponsored by: Anonymous.
Silly Science Center
Put on your lab coat and safety goggles! As a scientist, you’ll examine x-rays, crank a light-up generator, play with magnets, and learn about our seasonal topics at our lab table.
Sponsored by: The Bender Scientific Fun of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region.
Lillian Andrew’s Attic
Let the objects in our attic treasure trove whisk you away back in time and around the globe. Explore our collection of souvenirs, postcards, antiques, and more!
Sponsored by: The Rose and Loren Thompson Trust.
Jump aboard our trolley and let your imagination run wild. The trolley route is mapped from Saratoga to Albany, but we’ve met travelers going to places such as Vermont, Miami, or even Africa. With a little imagination, the possibilities are endless!
Sponsored by: Charter One Bank, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Spa Little Theater
Places everyone! Bring your imagination and stories to life in our Little Theatre. Visitors to our museum “stage” over 120 productions here each year.
Sponsored by: Glens Falls Foundation.
An art studio just for kids! Open every day for painting, drawing and more. Just bring your creativity!
Sponsored by: Target, The Arthur Z. Solomon Foundation.
Adirondack Trust Bank
Pretend to be a bank teller, create and answer your own math problems, and use the abacus to count your money.
Sponsored by: Adirondack Trust Company.
Central Market Grocery Store and Post Office
A trip to the grocery store was never so much fun! This child sized grocery store features many of the items you would find in a real grocery store. You can weigh produce, follow sample shopping lists, and operate our real cash register. After you’ve finished grocery shopping, go check for mail and “send” packages all around the world.
Sponsored by: Price Chopper.
Ever wonder what it looks like inside the walls of your house? Check out this exhibit and see for yourself! While you’re here, practice your own building skills using blocks, legos, and tools.
Sponsored by: Allerdice Building Supply.
Fire Truck and Fire House
Slide down the pole in the fire house, put on a real firefighters coat, jump onto the fire truck and you’re off. It’s your turn to save the day!
Sponsored by: The Peters Family, and State Farm Insurance Companies.
Take a step back in time into Happy’s Diner. Experience a Saratoga diner from the 1950’s where you can serve and “eat” your own creations. Follow the food pyramid on the wall to create a nutritious menu and practice your sorting abilities with the different food groups.
Sponsored by: MVP Health Plan.
Finally, a school house where learning always involves fun! Create your own moving sculpture, brush up on the colors of the rainbow, and put together magnetic masterpieces.
Sponsored by: The Fort Miller Group and Van Patten Ferrara.