Visit the museum for free the first Sunday of each month, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Securian Financial. Explore three floors of fun while making lifelong family memories.
Tickets available from 10 a.m. Monday, Mar. 20, through 4 p.m. Friday, Mar. 31 (while supplies last).
Upcoming Free Days
May 7 – tickets available 10 a.m. Apr. 24
Jun 4 – tickets available 10 a.m. May 22
All visitors, including museum members, must make an advance reservation. Capacity is limited and admission without a reserved ticket is not guaranteed.
- Reservations required for Securian Financial Free First Sunday
- Please arrive within 10 minutes of your scheduled time
- Parking, transit and other information | Visit Info
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About Securian Financial Free First Sunday
Minnesota Children’s Museum and Securian Financial are collaborating to help ensure that all families, regardless of income, get the opportunity to enjoy playful learning at the museum.
As children explore three floors of interactive exhibits, they learn and grow through play, developing lifelong skills such as creativity, critical thinking, confidence and collaboration.
Securian Financial Free First Sunday attracts families to St. Paul and helps contribute to the vibrancy of the downtown area.
Other Opportunities for Discounted Admission
Securian Financial Free First Sunday is just one way Minnesota Children’s Museum works to ensure everyone gets a chance to play in our exhibits.
Families that meet income qualifications may purchase discounted tickets or membership anytime through the museum’s All Play program. Any family receiving benefits through EBT, WIC or free/reduced school lunch programs is eligible for discounted admission. | Learn More
Support the Museum with a Donation
Minnesota Children’s Museum is a nonprofit organization that brings play and resources to thousands of families across the state each year. The pandemic has significantly reduced the museum’s attendance and revenue, meaning that the generosity of donors has never been more important.