Step into a Story® at the nationally recognized Treehouse Children’s Museum in downtown Ogden. With dozens of interactive exhibits, handcrafted by Treehouse artists that focus on family literacy, children’s literature from around the world, storytelling, and the arts, a visit to Treehouse develops imaginations, collaboration, and creativity. Climb up to the deck of the giant tree at the center of the Museum, be the engineer of the miniature Jupiter locomotive, be the chef in Jack’s Diner on Main Street, explore the Walk in the Woods exhibit featuring native Utah animals and plants, and travel the globe in the One World Village. Designed for children 2 to 12 and their caregivers, Treehouse offers daily theater programming in the Simmons Storybook Theater and visual arts experiences in the colorful Art Garden. Memberships are available for families that include tickets to all the Treehouse programs and events for one year.
Treehouse Children's Museum limits the number of visitors in the building at one time and offers admission tickets on our website for a morning (10 a.m. to 1 p.m. session and an afternoon session (1 to 4:30 p.m.). Checking in with tickets on your phone is much faster and ensures that you have tickets even at busy times when the Museum might reach capacity. Treehouse rigorously cleans and disinfects its facility daily and staff frequently sanitize touch points and props. Hand sanitizing stations can be found in each gallery and restrooms are on each level.