Frequently Asked Questions

How do I buy tickets?

Tickets can be purchased here. Tickets will not be sold at the door. You must arrive within your purchased time slot, however, you can stay at the museum as long as you wish. Tickets must be purchased for each person (children and adults).

WIC/EBT cardholders do not need to purchase tickets; just show your card at the door.

Free passes are also available at the following libraries: Peabody Library, Peabody Library (Danvers), Nahant Public Library, Boxford Town Library, Langley-Adams Library (Groveland), TOHP Burham Library (Essex), Hamilton-Wenham Public Library (Hamilton), Stevens Memorial Library (North Andover), Lynnfield Library, and Topsfield Library. Pass holders do not need to make a reservation, simply show pass at the museum entrance.

What ages are welcome at CuriousCity?

The museum was designed to be accessible and inclusive for children ages 2-10.  Some materials may not be suitable for all ages.

What if my child(ren) has allergies?

In consideration of food allergies, no food & drink is allowed inside the Museum with the exception of water.

Are strollers allowed inside?

For everyone’s safety, the use of strollers is not permitted inside the Museum.

Is smoking allowed outside?

No smoking is allowed anywhere on Museum property.

How do I book a group tour?

Contact us at info@curiouscitypeabody.org to inquire about a group tour.

Where should we park?

Free parking is available on Washington Street in front of the Museum. There is limited parking behind the museum.

The Museum is also accessible via public transportation. Bus #435 stops on Washington Street at Blaney Avenue in front of the Museum.

Are there restrooms onsite?

There are two restrooms located within the Museum and are handicap accessible.

A diaper changing station is also available.

Is the museum handicap accessible?

The Museum is all one level and is wheelchair accessible.

Misc.

Unaccompanied adults w/o children must leave a photo ID at the Admissions Desk.

For the safety of all, grown-ups should stay with their children at all times during their visit.