An Adventure Through History
The South Shore Children's Museum is where play and learning come together! The museum provides an opportunity for children to discover our nation’s rich past through hands-on experiences -- without ever having to leave the South Shore! Each exhibit teaches them about a different aspect of American history through exciting interactive play. From creating crafts to sharing stories, children will learn about America and have fun doing it!
Become a member of the South Shore Children’s Museum today and enjoy a full year of fun and learning!
Membership at the South Shore Children’s Museum gives families the opportunity to save money while enjoying the hands-on exhibits and wide range of programs offered at the museum.
SSCM provides the unique opportunity for children to learn about American history right here at home. Your membership will allow you to expose your children to interesting places and periods in our country’s past as they engage in creative play and fun activities.
In addition to exploring our themed exhibits, members will be able to take advantage of our entertaining and educational programs.
Premium Annual Family Membership: $125
The benefits of membership include:
» Unlimited access for your family (up to 5 people) to the museum;
» 50% off admission at select children’s museums through the Association
of Children’s Museums’ Reciprocal Network*;
» Free admission to museum programs including art, music, cooking and dance
classes and yoga;
» Family workshops;
» 10% discount off birthday party packages;
*The Association of Children’s Museums’ Reciprocal Network is a voluntary network of ACM member museums that reciprocate discounted admission to one another’s members that hold premium family memberships.
Present your valid museum membership card with the Reciprocal Network logo at any of the museums listed in the link below to receive 50% off general admission for up to six (6) people including the cardholder.
Click here to find our the list of museums participating in the Association of Children’s Museums’ Reciprocal Network.*