“The museum is a tremendous community asset – a place where all generations can connect through play and innovation. With all the energy and momentum in our community, there are great things ahead for Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester!”

Heidi Mestad, Director
Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester

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“The museum is a tremendous community asset – a place where all generations can connect through play and innovation. With all the energy and momentum in our community, there are great things ahead for Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester!”

Heidi Mestad, Director
Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester

Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester News

Growing and Retaining Our Area’s Work Force Talent

By John Eischen, Executive Director Rochester Area Builders Community assets like the Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester are often applauded for the vital role they play in making cities more vibrant and presenting residents and visitors with more options for...

Value of the museum for the whole family to connect

by Michelle Steele I first visited the Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester during the last week of the museum’s very first exhibit. I was immediately impressed by the quality of the exhibits, how developmentally appropriate they were, and how my children could...

Lifelong Learning through Play. Do You Feel Similarly?

By Jean Marvin Education should be everywhere and lifelong. The Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester has made it a priority to provide everyone in our city – from toddlers to grandparents – with a fun and engaging place to play, connect, and learn together....

Excitement is mounting

Excitement about the Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester is mounting as concepts for the future of the museum come to life. The future iteration being designed for the museum will not only help to fill Rochester’s experience gap by providing an interactive space...

Announcing our New Family Date Night Series

You asked, we listened!  Our visitors and members have given us feedback on the importance of families being able to connect in fun and meaningful ways and having access to engaging and educational special programs for the whole family! The museum uniquely provides...

Power of Play in Rochester

“We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves, or more deeply engrossed in anything, then when we are at play.” -  Charles E. Schaefer From the time we’re born, we learn, explore, and dream through play. It leads us to develop new skills, connect with...

Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester Announces Innovationology

The May 20 event will celebrate notions of innovation, the importance of creativity, and the Power of Play and allow you to use all your senses! “This is an event that celebrates the innovation in our community. It also allows guests to learn about your community in a different way while fueling future growth of the Minnesota Children’s Museum Rochester to allow us to continue the work to impact families in Southeastern Minnesota.” States MCMR co-chair, Melissa Brinkman.

“To me the Children’s Museum is key to attracting and retaining young families here like my own. It’s exciting times in Rochester.”

Ryan Lais
Workforce & Education Coordinator, Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce & Rochester Chamber Foundation

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