The Connecticut Children's Museum is a majestic children's building on the corner of Orange and Wall Streets in New Haven. Within the museum, there are eight thematic and community-inspired rooms. There are also books to enrich each exhibit and a template of textures and languages to support absolute accessibility. The rich and playful color palette of the museum is complemented by a unique set of murals emerging from the arts community and children's art.
Exhibits encompass music, linguistics, mathematics, interaction and more.
Ramps abound to make exhibits accessible. Braille books are given to children who are blind through the Creating Readers program. Stories are told in American Sign Language.