Is photography allowed in the museum?

Yes! The Children’s Discovery Museum staff and media frequently take photos/videos of visitors during events which may appear on future promotional materials, websites, brochures, flyers, blogs and museum social media sites. If you are photographed, the photo may be used without your prior consent and without compensation. If you do not want your image used, please avoid the photographer or inform them that you do not wish to be photographed.

We encourage guests to document their own visits and tag the museum on personal blogs and social media, but we ask that you practice common courtesy and avoid posting photos that include other families without their permission.

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1. Do you have lockers?
2. Can my child visit the Museum alone? / Can I wait in the lobby while my child plays?
3. Is photography allowed in the museum?
4. Can food be eaten in the museum?
5. How long will we spend at the museum?
6. Where can my family go to eat nearby?
7. If we leave the museum, can we re-enter?
8. Do you validate parking?
9. Are pets allowed in the museum?
10. What is the museum's masking policy?