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What You'll Get
- When can I visit?: The voucher is valid for admission on any day during Magic House’s operating hours.
- Exhibits are suitable for all ages and include:
- nursery rhymes-inspired For Baby & Me for toddlers
- Wonder Works for preschoolers
- kid-sized community Children’s Village with a market, pet clinic, bank, library, garage, and fishing pond
- Make-It Workshop with a real sewing machine and 3D printer
- Star-Spangled Center, a civic education center with a courtroom, legislative chamber and the Oval Office, where kids can pretend to be a president
- Families can bring food to the Museum’s outdoor Garden Pavilion. These facilities are available on a first come, first serve basis. Outside food is not allowed within the Museum or Picnic Basket Cafe.
- Amenities: free parking, elevators and ramps for strollers and wheelchairs
- Onsite cafeteria: yes, click here to view the menu and prices
- Strollers allowed; no strollers available for rental
- Free admission for children younger than 1 year
- Transportation: see in the section Direction and Public Transit here
- What’s included: all exhibits
- Admission is valid for the entire day
- Additional accessible entrances at the Emerson Education Center and Members Entrance available
- Valid for two named adults and their dependent children (18 and younger) within one household
- Unlimited free admission for the family for 3 months from activation
- Discounts on birthday parties, special events and programs
- Discounts in the Museum Shop and Picnic Basket Cafe
- Souvenir photos, food, and beverages are available for additional purchase
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with any other promotions. Passes may be used over multiple visits. Membership is valid for new members only. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum
Though built as a private home in 1901, the Victorian mansion stood vacant for years—until its first children's hands-on exhibits opened to the public nearly 40 years ago. Since then, The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum's curators have worked to engage children of all ages in learning and creative thought through a range of interactive multimedia exhibits. Their exhibits enable visitors to service cars, work in a pizza parlor, and go fishing in a child-centric community, or play with pumps and pipes in a waterworks playground. They can also climb a three-story fairy-tale beanstalk or travel the world without a passport during a visit to the World Traveler Gallery.
Museum staffers also organize a range of themed birthday parties, during which attendees play and complete special tasks as scientists or fairy-tale nobility. Visitors can refuel for exploration at the on-site Picnic Basket Cafe, whose menu highlights whole grains and healthy ingredients.