Welcome to a Kid-powered Universe!

Amelia Park Children's Museum is jam-packed with events and exhibits sure to charge up your child's imagination! Whether you child likes to play dress up, has aspirations of becoming a doctor, wants to explore space or likes arts and crafts, there is plenty to do!

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Current Exhibits

New! Westfield State

Our recently updated Westfield state exhibit has a fresh new look with a multitude of new career-based costumes to keep your kids engaged and play acting for hours and when they feel like mixing it up they can make music in our new Hand Band instrument section!

New! Dinosaur Dig

Have you wanted to be a paleontologist? This is your chance. Find dinosaur bones, and fossils with a guided map. Learn about the time line of dinosaurs and facts about them all. This exhibit is new and very exciting for all ages!

Space Exhibit

Come visit one of our main attractions! Dress like an astronaut and pilot our giant space ship.  Climb the ladder to the rocket launchers where you can shoot balls into outer space and try to land them in the giant sun, which drops the balls back down every 7 minutes for you to race and collect to start launching again!

Toddler area

Our toddler area is perfectly fit for your little one. It allows them to explore with age appropriate, safe, and fun toys! The soft building blocks give your toddler a chance to be creative and build beyond their imagination. The exhibit also has a huge variety of Large Legos that your child can put together and/or take apart! Our building wall allows you and your child to make an obstacle course and watch colorful plastic balls travel through.

Construction Zone

Our construction area allows your children to use their imagination to build and grow! Children get hands on learning experience about certain tools!

No matter what age you your children are, they will find plenty to keep busy in this exhibit. Having it equipped with wooden tool kits and a variety of tools, this exhibit encourages building with both fine and gross motor skills.

Doctor’s office

Explore what it’s like to be a doctor with our doctor’s office exhibit! Our life-like doctor toys allow you to take care of your patients. Whether they have a broken leg or are just having a check up, you can care for your patients here! Use our X-ray light to check out real pictures of broken bones!

Dentist's office

Have patients sit in our dentist chair while you look at X-rays of teeth! Learn fun facts about teeth while dressing up in a uniform that represents a dentist and or dental hygienist.

Come visit a village inside APCM where children can explore and grow!

Amelia’s Café

Everyone loves to play house, especially in our kitchen! Amelia’s Café mirrors a realistic kitchen where children can use their imaginations to play kitchen or restaurant where they cook and serve food to their guests.

Big Y

Our Big Y exhibit exemplifies a real grocery store allowing children to use grocery carts to shop and purchase pretend food. Our cash register and checkout lane makes it feel just like the grocery store, especially when children dress up in our Big Y aprons. This exhibit also demonstrates the food groups, and serves as a hands-on resource for nutrition. (We are working on updating our Big Y exhibit so please excuse our appearance during this time.)

Berkshire Bank

America’s most exciting bank has come to Amelia Park Children’s Museum. Children use cognitive skills while they attempt to memorize the code to get into the vault or they can learn more about money playing “money memory.”

Wild Side of APCM

We have animals that are fun to watch as well as learn about, our animals include:

STEVE

The Short Hair Guinea Pig

Guinea Pigs have three toes on their back legs and four on their front. On average guinea pigs live between 4 and 8 years, but the oldest guinea pig ever lived to be 15! In the wild guinea pigs live in large social groups so its important to cuddle your little buddy.

JOSEPHINE the Hamster

Hamsters like Josephine usually live in burrows underground during the day and come out at sunset to eat. Just like her wild counterparts Josephine eats a diet primarily made up of seeds and fresh fruits and veggies!

HOUDINI the Eastern Box Turtle

This is our buddy Houdini the omnivorous Box Turtle! While most wild turtles live to about thirty they can live to be over a hundred years old! Box turtles are NOT tortoises even though older box turtles like Houdini live almost entirely on land. Young Box Turtles have soft shells until the age of 7 years, the smaller softer shells make them excellent swimmers and they spend most of their days in the water. After 7 they tend to spend more time basking in the sun than in the water.

CORNELIA the Corn Snake

Corn snakes eat mice and small rodents. They will eat only a couple times a month! Like all snakes, corn snakes, shed their skin when they out grow it or as it gets old and worn out. Corn Snakes are named after the corn like pattern on their bellies and because they were found in corn silos chasing mice.

WALTER the Leopard Gecko

Has large knobby tail that it waves around to confuse predators. uses its unique spots to blend in and hide, from the deserts of Eastern Asia.

Keep watch for new animals to come!

Mini Exhibits:

Our activity table offers multiple hands-on learning throughout the week. Each week day, the museum puts out a new activity at the activity table. We love to keep kids learning!

Watch yourself as you put on a show!  Our performance area includes a stage with a camera that shows you back on a TV!

Come play with our train village! The exhibit area is full of various track segments and landscape options that you can use to create your own village.

Dress Up
Dino Dig
Photography By Ryan Sayers
Photography By Ryan Sayers
Grocery Store
Photography By Ryan Sayers
Photography By Ryan Sayers
Post Office
Clarabelle the Cow
The WSU Hand Band Music Exhibit
Photography By Ryan Sayers
Move It Now!
Space!
DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER: Check our Facebook page for the latest updates on closings or delayed openings.