The North Country Children's Museum invites kids to check out interactive exhibits celebrating the cultural and geographical resources of the North Country. Kids ages 12 and under and their families imagine, discover, and learn through hands-on play!
Interactive Exhibits for All Ages
Check out the following exhibits:
Create your own digital maple leaf and send it up into a tree. Watch it change with the seasons!
Kids Co-Op & Bakery
Run the store with realistic looking food items and bulk bins.
Enjoy a calm, creative space to explore sensory activities and develop motor skills; this is designed for kids four and under.
Work all sides of the brain (science, technology, engineering, art, and math).
Go with the flow as you learn about the North Country's river-based ecosystems and hydropower dams.
Use real materials and tools to create an open-ended construction project.
Appear and move as an Adirondack Animal on this one-of-a-kind interactive art installation.
Events, Programs & More
The North Country Children's Museum also offers family workshops, special events, camps and class series. Check out the calendar on their website to see what's coming up!
Kids can also celebrate their birthday at the museum, with a party room for the festivities and admission to the museum for guests.
A Nonprofit Museum Serving the Adirondack Region
The North Country Children's Museum is a nonprofit organization that was formed by educators in 2012. Their mission is to create a cultural and educational center for North Country families, where kids from crawling infants up to age 12 can engage in a wide range of exhibits, programs, and more.
This is a space for kids to become scientists, engineers, and artists, where they can build memories as they learn and play together, and where little ones can get moving with sensory and imaginative play.