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Visitor Services & Information | Visit  March 13, 2015 – 01:46 am
Boston Visitors Guide Map - Boston

Boston Children's Museum offers a variety of services to visitors in order to provide them with a wonderful Museum experience. Visitor Services Managers are always available to assist visitors with any questions, needs, or concerns.

Animals
With the exception of service animals, animals are not permitted in the Museum.

Assistive Listening Devices
Amplified listening devices are available for all KidStage performances. These devices are available at the Admissions desk.

ATM
For your convenience, an ATM is available in the Museum Shop on the 1st floor.

Baby Care
Baby changing tables are available in the Family Restrooms on each floor. Nursing is allowed anywhere in the Museum. There is a private nursing area in the PlaySpace exhibit on the 2nd floor.

Cleaning Procedures
Boston Children's Museum maintains hospital-level cleaning and sanitizing standards. Learn more

Coat Room
There is a coatroom located on the 1st floor. Please be advised that valuables should not be left in this area.

Directions
Boston Children's Museum is close to Boston's major highways and is easily accessible by public transportation, including the MBTA train, bus, and water shuttle. Click here for directions.

Food & Drink
Food and drink, other than water, are not allowed inside the Museum. There is an Au Bon Pain attached to the lunchroom on the 1st floor.

Inappropriate Language
Swearing and offensive language are not permitted in the Museum...little ears are always listening.

Information Desk
Our Information Desk is located in the 1st floor lobby. Services provided include: KidStage tickets, parking validation, lost and found, directions, visit planning, first aid, and lost persons.

Lockers
Lockers are available on the 1st floor.

Lost and Found
Lost and found is located at the 1st floor Information Desk. Please call our Lost and Found department at 617-426-6500 x325 with any questions.

Lost Persons
For the safety of all, grown-ups should stay with their children (under the age of 16) at all times during their visit and should have a plan in place in case of accidental separation. If a child and grown-up become separated, a staff person in green should be notified. The Museum has a procedure in place for reuniting children with their grown-ups.

Maps
Museum maps are available at both Admissions and the Information desk. The Museum offers maps in the following languages: Cape Verdean Creole, English, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Vietnamese. Large-print maps are also available. Please click here for a Museum map: Museum map.

Source: www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org


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