Share YOUR Kidspace Story

3225 Today is National Tell a Story Day and we are asking our members and visitors to share the story of their first visit to Kidspace. Whether that story is from your first visit as a kid or when you brought your own kids, we want to hear from you.

In 2017, Kidspace Children’s Museum welcomed more than 371,000 visitors. It is our mission to nurture the potential of all children through kid-driven experience, inspiring them to become joyful, active learners.

As a nonprofit, Kidspace strives to make early childhood education accessible to ALL. One way the museum achieves this is through Kidspace for All access programs, which includes:

  • Monthly Free Family Nights
  • Kidspace on the Road outreach presentations and events throughout the community
  • Kidspace summer camp scholarships
  • Discounted admission for veterans and their families - and FREE admission on Veterans Day
  • Discounted admission for families who show their EBT card

Kidspace for All programs are possible because of the support we receive from individuals like you. A gift to the Annual Fund supports our Kidspace for All access programs and the museum’s exhibits and daily programming.

We hope you will consider supporting the museum today and help us ensure every child has access to Kidspace Children’s Museum.

For inspiration:

  • $28 - Provides admission for one child and their grown-up
  • $70 - Provides admission for a family of five
  • $100 - Provides supplies for one Kidspace on the Road program
  • $250 - Underwrites 25 veterans and family members admission on Veterans Day
  • $360 - Sponsors one kindergarten class My Masterpieces field trip
  • $475 - Underwrites one scholarship for one week of summer camp
  • $800 - Underwrites cultural programming for one Free Family Night

Click HERE to donate!

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Sarah Winning, Development Coordinator, has been with Kidspace since February of 2018. She is a Sacramento native, Chico State Journalism alumna, and cat mom. Her favorite part of the museum is the Imagination Workshop.