Hours & Admission

With an emphasis on role play and interactive learning, the Family Museum invites families to Play and Learn Together!



Summer Hours

(Memorial Day - Labor Day)
Sunday: Noon - 5pm
Monday: 9am - 8pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Closed Major Holidays

Admission

  • Age 1 - 59: $9
  • Under Age 1: Free
  • Age 60+: $5
  • $5 for active military personnel, their spouse, and children residing in the household  
  • $3 per person with the presentation of an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and valid photo ID. 
  • Free for Family Museum members. Become a member!

Please note: Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. 

Groups

With so many schools in the Quad City Area, sometimes we get a little busy. On our homepage click on the "Happening Today at the Museum" red star to see how many kids are planning on coming and what time of day they will be attending.

Mother's Room

Mothers are welcome to nurse their children throughout the Museum, but for mothers looking for a private area, we offer a Mother's Room. This room is located next to the Welcome Desk. Ask staff at the Welcome Desk for access to the room.

Special Needs Kits Available

The Family Museum is pleased to offer visitors a special sensory kit to assist those who may need support with calming children with special needs. Upon request, our Guest Services staff will gladly provide you with a kit filled with such items as calming brushes, sensory toys, and tools to assist children with tension that they may endure while playing at the Museum. Also, the Museum's staff is happy to provide you with a quiet low-lit room when necessary to help your child.

Family Museum Code of Conduct

For your information, here are our guidelines for behavior while visiting the Family Museum. Please note that the Family Museum reserves the right to remove any person whose behavior is disruptive or inappropriate for a children's museum environment or interferes with the use of the Museum by others.


Thank you for hosting our students on field trips. These learning experiences outside the classroom are so important to our teachers and young people.Moline School District

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