Fun-filled Experiences Await at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Approximately 5 miles east of downtown Cleveland, among the numerous educational and cultural institutions of University Circle, you'll find the Cleveland Museum of Natural History - a landmark that perfectly embodies the spirit of scientific exploration. Delve into the past at the spectacular Dinosaur Hall, discover the wonders of nature among the outdoor galleries, or explore the outer reaches of the universe at the Shafran Planetarium. From hands-on learning experiences for children to naturalist-led hikes through the protected areas around the museum campus, the possibilities for family-friendly fun are truly endless.
Adult (19+): $17
Youth (3-18): $14
Members: Always Free!
College student with ID: $14
Senior (60+): $14
Toddler (0-2): Free
$8 flat rate after 5 pm on Wednesdays
Monday through Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am to 9 pm
Sunday: Noon to 5 pm
Think & Drink: Summer Camp
Frontiers of Astronomy
Teen Night at the Museum
Is there a place to eat at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History?
If all the exploration makes you hungry, you can head over to Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant, located off the Wade Oval lobby. Take your pick from a selection of sandwiches, try one of the house-made daily soups, or grab a slice of artisan pizza. You’ll also find a salad bar, a braise station, a noodle station, and a plethora of kid-friendly options.
Will I have access to Wi-Fi during my visit?
Yes, you can take advantage of the free guest Wi-Fi network to stay connected during your visit to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. However, cellular phone signals may be weak in some parts of the building. Please don’t forget to silence your phone while exploring the galleries and during public programs.