- $9.50 for admission for one ($12.95 value)
- $18.50 for admission for two ($25.90 value) – $9.25/person
- $35.50 for admission for four ($51.80 value) – $8.88/person
- $129 for one-year premier membership ($189 value)
Personally, I think the Premier Membership offer is an especially good one as it gets you UNLIMITED admission to both the St. Paul and Rochester locations for one year for all children (under 18) in the household and two listed adults. Other benefits of the Premier Membership include:
- Free admission for two flex members (e.g. a guest or caregiver)
- Sneak peeks to St. Paul exhibits
- Discounts at partner retailers and attractions
- Discounted tickets for up to six guests (by $2 per ticket)
- 10% discount at the museum café and store
- 50% off admission for up to six people to children’s museums across the US
You’ll need to redeem your Groupon by 11/3/19, and if you choose a membership, it will expire one year after activation. The membership is valid for new members only.
There’s more than one way for kids to learn at Minnesota Children’s Museum, and none of them involve sitting at a desk and practicing their letters or multiplication skills. Here, kids learn through play as they take the lead in exploring the museum’s interactive exhibits and programs. Kids, friends, and even parents can experience the museum’s atmosphere unrestrained by screen time and strict schedules.
- The numbers: The St. Paul museum features 10 permanent play exhibits and has a sister museum in Rochester; both locations see more than 550,000 visitors a year.
- Climb on: The Scramble, a vertical climbing experience, soars four stories high with a netted catwalk and spiral slide for a fast, slippery ride down.
- Our World: This exhibit puts attendees in a bite-size version of a Minnesota city, letting them explore the sandbox world and play the part of local firefighters, postal workers, grocery-store workers, and more, fostering a sense of community and teamwork.
- Don’t miss: Super Awesome Adventures, an exhibit featuring a laser maze, a climbing wall, and a space race
- For the family: Most exhibits aren’t child-exclusive: parents can help their children create new masterpieces in the Creativity Jam studio, stock shelves at the “local” hardware store in Our World, or help build forts at Imaginopolis.
Get your Groupon HERE!
PS – If this isn’t in your budget, don’t forget that you can get in FREE to the Minnesota Children’s Museum in St. Paul on the third Sunday of every month, or check out the Rochester location on the first Sunday of every month.
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Laura is a former high school English teacher turned avid deal shopper following the birth of her first child. Now she’s a work-from-home mom of six which keeps her plenty busy!
Laura grew up in southern Minnesota and has called the Twin Cities home for over fifteen years. On the off chance she gets some free time you’ll find her with her nose in a book, spending time with family and friends, or enjoying a hot cup of coffee.