Review Children's Museum in Oak Lawn
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Children's Museum in Oak Lawn

Category: Park District/Local Government, Entertainment, Store/Market, Disability-Aware Business
Phone number: (708) 423-6709
Location: 5100 Museum Drive, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Monday - Closed

9:00am-9:30am (Members Only)
9:30am-5:00pm (Members and General Public)


See our website for special evening and holiday hours.

Nearest Transportation Stop: Metra station and bus stop on site
Our Mission:

The Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn’s mission is to positively impact a child's potential in life through play-based education.

Our Vision:

The Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn will lead the region in creating fun-while-learning opportunities that inspire imagination and lifelong learning.

Education Statement:

Every program and every exhibit at the Children's Museum is created with the Common Core standards (formerly the Illinois Learning Standards) at their core. These are the same standards that the Illinois Board of Education requires local school districts to use when developing local curriculum. This enables the Children's Museum to be a true extension of hands on learning.
Disability Aware Features:
  • Extra assistance available
  • Hires or would like to hire qualified individuals with disabilities
  • Physically accessible
  • Volunteer opportunities for people with disabilities
  • Special programs for kids with disabilities
Review Children's Museum in Oak Lawn
This business has 1 positive and 0 negatives.
Park Lawn
Park Lawn
8:42am 01/18/13

Park Lawn has had a longstanding relationship with the Children's Museum in Oak Lawn. They have offered our individuals both employment and volunteer opportunities. We are able to gain valuable work experience out in the community along with the ability to interact with both the staff and patrons of the Museum. All the staff is incredibly helpful and willing to challenge our individuals by giving them increased responsibilities. The Children's Museum is a positive environment to work in, and we enjoy working there every week.

Disability Awareness:   Welcoming, Talked directly to the person/people with disability, Friendly, Gave choices, Respectful, Helpful with assistance or accommodation, Physically accessible, Other or suggestions, Offer employment/volunteer opportunities to individuals with disabilities