Children’s Museum of the Arts unites children and artists to create and share ambitious works of art with their communities and the world.
Since 1988, Children’s Museum of the Arts has been changing the way people value our youngest artists and their aesthetic contributions to the world. In 2022, pledging to make all of our programs 100% free of charge, we closed our fee-for-service facility at 103 Charlton Street to follow a new North Star: maximizing accessibility to excellent progressive arts education for all children.
Children’s Museum of the Arts serves 150,000 visitors each year in a wide variety of programs.Read more
Explore our permanent collection, comprised of over 2,000 pieces of children’s artwork from around the world.
Meet the people working behind the scenes.
Meet our dedicated Board of Directors.