The Children's Peace Pavilion is a unique interactive children’s museum designed to teach the concepts of peace through creative, fun, child-centered learning activities. Every element in the museum is designed to empower children to incorporate peacemaking skills into their everyday lives.
The Children's Peace Pavilion will be closed Friday, April 3, 2015.
The museum houses more than 25 interactive exhibits that engage visitors in learning a variety of life skills such as self-acceptance and appreciation, communication, cooperation, conflict resolution, cultural appreciation, and planetary stewardship.
Each year thousands of children and families come to experience this innovative hands-on environment. Schools, daycares, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, churches groups, clubs and families enjoy sharing together the unique, nontraditional learning opportunities of the Children’s Peace Pavilion. Plan your visit now.
The Children's Peace Pavilion is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Admission is free, but suggested donations of $1.00 per child or adult are greatly appreciated. Donations are tax deductible.
The Pavilion is open for group tours and general admission. Call 816/521-3033 to schedule an appointment or tour.
Engaging the pursuit of peace by promoting peaceful learning, living, and action