Access for All
All of our children and families deserve access to the museum. We welcome everyone, without discrimination.
The Museum seeks to improve accessibility, promote awareness of resources, and foster a love of learning and community through these programs.
See our discounts below, if cost presents a challenge.
Thursdays are Yours!
The Santa Fe Children’s Museum encourages community access with FREE ADMISSION for children age 17 and under from 4:00 - 6:30 pm on Thursdays.
Complimentary admission and memberships are available through our community partners if you have a pass. Ask if you think you may qualify.
Every day we offer discounts for EBT recipients, military and first responders, teachers and more.
Summer Camp Scholarships
Those who qualify (limited scholarships available) for free or reduced lunch at school may receive financial support in attending our summer camp.
The Santa Fe Children’s Museum has staff on-site who are fluent in Spanish.
Title I schools visit the Museum for free. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding schoolchildren access.
Stargazer, our portable planetarium, presents bilingual STEM education free to public schools.
Students who participate in field trips or Stargazer receive a free one-year Student Membership.
Our bilingual staff is trained in sensory-sensitive practices and we have sensory-friendly tools always available. The museum also holds Sensory-Friendly Sundays throughout the year, which includes with dim lights, quiet atmosphere, and more.
Explore our calendar for other scheduled Sensory Friendly events. Simply ask the front desk for any other assistance on a daily basis.