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CMSC is opening to Members & Non-Members! Reserve your spot at one of our open sessions from June 16- July 17, 2021!

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**Please READ EVERYTHING in this section before clicking 'Select a Date'**

Reservation Details:

  • Members: Please select the number of spots for each person in your group. (For example, if you're a family of 4, select 4 tickets.) Please bring your membership card or photo ID for check-in.
  • Non-Members: Please make your selection based on how many in your family will be visiting the museum, excluding infants under 12 months old - admission is free for infants, however we will have you include their information later during check out.
  • Please limit your reservations to one session per week to accommodate all families that may want to visit.
  • Please no non-household guests at this time.
  • Online reservations are required.
  • All admission reservations are for the selected two-hour time slot.
  • Check-in starts 10 minutes prior to and ends 15 minutes after your reserved start time. Your visit cannot be extended due to late arrival.
  • All visitors must exit at the specified time to allow for proper cleaning and sanitization.
  • Masks required for ages 3+ (a mask will be provided if you do not have one). Face coverings must be worn at all times; Masks/face coverings must be cloth or disposable medical masks, fully cover the nose and mouth and worn the duration of your visit both indoors and out.
  • No refunds are available at this time.

Policies and Waiver:

By completing this reservation for admission you are agreeing to the Children's Museum of Skagit County's Health and Safety Policy, Cancellation Policy, and Waiver. Please, no exceptions. Questions about policies and waivers can be directed to info@skagitcm.org

Health Policy

To ensure the safety of our visitors and staff, the Children’s Museum of Skagit County requires that anyone entering the facility be free of the following symptoms related to the COVID-19 virus including fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.

By reserving tickets, you confirm that all members of your group are not currently experiencing these symptoms and that you will cancel your visit should any symptoms present themselves before entry. No Refunds.

Visitor Code of Conduct

We are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment. When visiting, you and all members of your group agree to the following:

  • Masks required for ages 3+ (a mask will be provided if you do not have one).
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times; Masks/face coverings must be cloth or disposable medical masks, fully cover the nose and mouth and worn the duration of your visit both indoors and out.
  • Maintain proper physical distancing guidelines from others not in your group whenever possible and adhere to signage for exhibit occupancy.
  • Hand washing or sanitizing required upon entry.
  • No Food or beverage is allowed in the Museum at this time.

Waiver

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and visitors with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By reserving tickets you acknowledge that you understand and voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 for all members of your group.

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Mission Statement Children’s Museum of Skagit County

The mission of the Children’s Museum of Skagit County is to provide an interactive learning environment to promote, encourage and increase an understanding of the arts, science and culture among children, youth, families and educators in Skagit County.

OUR STORY

The Children’s Museum of Skagit County was founded in 2000, by a small group of parents and community members who sought to enhance the lives of children in Skagit County by providing extraordinary experiences in learning. Through educational exhibits and events, the Museum provides a hands-on learning and explorational experience for children from birth through twelve years old. We strive to nurture learning experiences between children and their families, and to encourage growth through innovative and creative experiences.

HISTORY

The Children’s Museum of Skagit County is dedicated to providing an interactive learning environment to promote, encourage and increase

an understanding of science, technology, engineering, art, math, culture and literature among the children, youth, families and educators in Skagit County and beyond. The Childrens Museum of Skagit County (CMSC) has been in operation since October of 2003. After starting out as the result of community hands-on support, we outgrew our location in downtown Mount Vernon, WA. We moved to the Cascade Mall in April 2008, grew and thrived for 11 years there, doubling our annual attendance, increasing the diversity of our members and visitors, and added new programs. In the fall of 2013 we began the Museum Explorers Preschool program. In August 2018 changes necessitated another move, this time to The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington and we opened in March 2019. Again we doubled our size and are on track to double our attendance, triple our membership and continue to add new programs, plus an event space.

Each year, the museum serves approximately 70,000 visitors, and thousands more through their on-going partnerships with other community agencies and outreach at community events. The primary targeted ages for the museum are birth to age 10-12; we have members of literally all ages, including members in their 90’s. The Museum serves children of all ages, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds, and strives to meet the needs of Skagit County’s 11.1% of the population that falls below the poverty level. Scholarships are granted for field trips to schools who meet the criteria of percentage of students participating in the free and reduced lunch program. With Community Free Days once a month and a policy of providing admission passes, memberships, supervised visitations, field trips, and birthday parties to the community’s homeless children, the Children’s Museum of Skagit County is a place that is accessible to all.

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