The all-NEW 2019 season pass is the best deal for family adventure with unlimited visits. Housed in the 600,000 square-foot former International Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects with over 30 slides, caves, and free rooftop admission. Expect the unexpected! Only $69.99 +tax
NEW 2019 Season Pass Benefits
- Unlimited visits to City Museum good through 12/31/2019
- Includes Rooftop admission
- Pays for itself in 4 visits
- Invitations to season pass-only events
- Discounts on special events and programs
SEASON PASS DETAIL:
- Available online
- Price: $69.99 + tax
- Buy now online!
Single Day Admission - Valid All Day
- $16.00 (plus tax) ages 3 years and up (Children age 2 and under admitted free)
- $14.00 (plus tax) after 5:00 pm Friday & Saturday
Rooftop is available as an add on of an additional $5 (plus tax) with single day admission or group admission tickets when open mid-May to October and weather permitting. Season pass holders are free and have unlimited access. Online Combo tickets will be available when rooftop opens for the season.
Whether you’re planning a class field trip, a scouting event, or just bringing a group of friends and family to play, City Museum is an exciting and novel location for your group’s next adventure. A key advantage to City Museum is your crew will receive discounted tickets for groups of 15 or more age 3 and older. City Museum policy requires one adult to every six children ratio. Receive one free chaperone ticket for every six adult tickets purchased.
Groups of 15 or more
$11.00 (plus tax) per person includes all-day admission for ages 3 and up ( children 2 and under free)
(Advanced reservations required for group discount) Day of visits walk-up prices will be $15.00 (plus tax) per person.
As of September 1, 2019, all groups will need to make a reservation and pay in full two weeks in advance. To make reservations, call 314-231-2489 x 601 or buy online and skip the line. Non-profit and tax-exempt groups will need to call to make arrangements for Tax-exempt admissions.