At the Children’s Museum we believe in providing opportunities for all children, and their partners in play, to experience the museum. We do this by removing barriers, improving access, valuing diversity, and nurturing a welcoming space for our guests, staff, and volunteers.
We are always listening, learning, and developing new resources – your requests and/or feedback is welcomed by our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Committee at email@example.com.
Learn more about the accessibility programs and resources currently available that may help to support your visit below.
The award-winning Access 2 Program is a collaborative partnership between Easter Seals and over 500 movie theatres, cultural attractions, entertainment venues, and recreation facilities across Canada. Designed for people of all ages who have a permanent disability and require the assistance of a support person, the goal of the Access 2 Program is to improve social inclusion and provide access to entertainment, cultural, and recreation opportunities and experiences without any added financial burden.
Canoo is a mobile app that helps new Canadian citizens celebrate their citizenship by providing free admission to over 1,400 museums, science centres, art galleries, parks, and historic sites across Canada. The app offers free admission for every new citizen and up to four children, every time they visit for the first year of citizenship.
First Language Library
Kids play the same in every language! That’s why our museum now offers brochures in multiple different languages, ensuring that all guests can access information in the language they are most comfortable with.
Free2Play Access Program
The Free2Play Access Program brings under-supported children to the Children’s Museum for general admission, school visits, day camps, special events, and after-school clubs FREE OF CHARGE! The program is open to qualifying Manitoba schools, registered day cares, social service organizations, and individuals.