Children's Museum Programs | The DoSeum


Big Day Of Play

Big Day of Play is a day full of extra hands-on and minds-on fun! Learn and play with local makers, innovators, and performers – it's guaranteed to provide joyful learning experiences for the entire family.

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Family Workshops

In our Family Workshops, families work together to explore STEM and art concepts through a unique family experience.

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Daily Programming

Explore concepts in STEM, the arts, and literacy with hands-on unique workshops and pop-ups every day! Our daily programs allow kids to discover and create alongside DoSeum educators - further sparking curiosity and discovery!

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A daylong celebration of curiosity and creativity! Guests of all ages will explore how things are made and how things work through exciting make-tivities throughout The DoSeum.  Let’s get our hands messy and celebrate what it means to be a maker-centered community!

Start tinkering

Each year The DoSeum and a local artists work collaboratively to provide children an opportunity to interact with the artist’s work and learn about the artistic process while connecting themes of STEM and literacy.

Learn more about our Artist-In-Residence program
Author Series

Show your child the true magic of reading with The DoSeum's Author Series. Over the course of the year, we will feature four children's authors whose literature excites, inspires, and educates. At The DoSeum, they’ll read their stories aloud, share their creative process, sign books, and meet and mingle with families afterwards.

Beyond Limits: Sensory Friendly Program

Our accessible programming will allow your kid to play and learn in an environment of inclusivity that supports children of all needs.

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Night at The DoSeum

Join us for a fun-filled overnight adventure at The DoSeum! This program is a unique opportunity for kids to create, discover, and explore The DoSeum after dark.

 Learn More about Our Night at The DoSeum Program