Open All Year!

Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm

Sunday 1pm - 4pm

Closed September 2nd-10th, 2019

July - August 

 Also open Tuesday 10am - 4pm  

Per Person - $6.00

Group of 5 or more -  $5.50/person

Children under 18 months are free

Active Military - 1/2 price admission

Coastal Children's Museum

75 Mechanic Street 

Rockland, Maine 04841

207.596.0300

info@coastalchildrensmuseum.org

www.coastalchildrensmuseum.org

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Exhibits

With over 21 hands-on interactive exhibits including magnet boards, indoor slide, tounge drums and more, children have a blast playing at the Coastal Children's Museum.

Coastal Critter

Care Center 

Children's nurturing instincts will take the lead in our make-believe marine rehab center where their love of animals meet science. Explore taking care of animals and become the best doctor in town. 

Under the Sea Habitats

Come explore and view beautiful fish of many varieties in fresh water and tropical tanks. Be sure to also visit our Gulf of Maine Touch Tank and baby horseshoe crabs. 

Touch Tank

(limited availability)

Visit us and explore Maine coast marine life. Touch different marine animals and learn names and factswhile exploring and having fun!

The Book Nook

Cozy up in the book nook and travel to other worlds through the magic of stories!

The General Store

Plan a meal, go shopping, cook dinner or take a turn behind the register. At the grocery store, kids always have a blast! 

Imagine That &

Maker Space! 

Spend some time building, creating and turning ordinary materials into extraordinary creations.

Arty Party Space

Create crafts, explore puzzles and spend some time with our seasonal activities. Also, rent this space for birthday parties, programs and special events. 

Sea Star Stage & Puppet Theater

All the world's a stage! Dress up and play again and again on our under the sea themed stage. With puppets, animals and costumes galore, your childs imagination will run freely.

Tubes and Tracks

Use your brain and develop a tricky track that sends a ball flying from one end to the other.

How? Why?

Science Center

Children learn all about how things work and the amazing wonders of the world at the Coastal Children's Museum.