The Zimmer Children’s Museum is dedicated to helping young people discover their full potential and develop their capacity for creating positive change through interactive learning, creative self-expression and leadership development. At the Zimmer, individuals from diverse backgrounds learn how to create a world that promotes kindness, justice and social responsibility.
The Zimmer is both a children’s museum and a youth development organization. The Children’s Museum welcomes more than 85,000 visitors annually, and our We All Play access initiative ensures that no child or family is ever turned away due to the price of admission.
youTHink, the Zimmer’s youth development program, engages more than 3,000 Title 1 public school students, ages 11-19, in creative arts education to find their voice, cultivate a social conscience, develop leadership skills and make a positive impact on their communities.
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