About the DuPage Children’s Museum
With more than 30 years under their belt and nearly 20 at their home in Naperville, DuPage Children’s Museum (DCM) has been inspiring families to laugh, learn, and love spending time together. Through interactive exhibits, programs, and special events, every experience is designed to help young children develop a strong foundation of creativity, critical thinking, problem solving skills, and confidence – strengths that help them grow to become resilient, innovative, life-long learners.
As a not-for-profit, DCM relies on charitable contributions to support our exhibit operations and community outreach/engagement. DCM serves over 300,000 visitors annually representing all 50 states and 575 zip codes in Illinois. As contributors to the Association of Children’s Museums National Research Network, DCM’s expertise reaches and supports children, educators, caregivers and museum professionals well beyond the Chicagoland area. Locally, the Museum’s impact extends across cultural, financial, and educational boundaries, providing children the building blocks for success in school and life.
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