444 Dwight Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

"Have big dreams - you will grown into them."

Contact The Children's Museum

Phone: 413-536-7048
Fax: 413-533-2999

Mailing Address:
Children’s Museum at Holyoke
444 Dwight Street
Holyoke, MA 01040

Representatives of the media, please contact Susan Kelley, Executive Director at 413 536-7048 x106 or skelley@childrensmuseumholyoke.org

Staff

  • Susan Kelley, Executive Director, 413-536-7048 ext 106
  • Alison Sicard, Manager, Birthday Party and Field Trip Coordinator, 413-536-7048 x101

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Parking Information & Directions

The Children’s Museum is located at 444 Dwight Street, just down the hill past City Hall adjacent to Heritage State Park and the upper canal. If the garage is not available you can park for free in the Merry Go Round open lot on Appleton St., a minute walk to the museum. Meters are an option. No fee for meters on weekends and holidays.

From South

Springfield, Connecticut, Agawam, Longmeadow:
Take I-91 North to exit 12 (I-391 North).
Follow 391 to the end.
Turn right onto High Street.
Go six traffic lights.
Turn right off High Street onto Dwight Street.
Come down about a block and a half, Museum is on your right.

From North

Northampton, Greenfield, Amherst, Vermont:
Take I-91 South to Exit 16, left at the end of the ramp on Route 202 (Beech Street).
After 1 1/2 miles pass the YMCA on the right.
At second light after YMCA, take a right on Dwight Street and come into the downtown area.
Pass City Hall on your right.
Continue a block and a half.
You’ll see the Children’s Museum on your right.

From Mass Turnpike

Points east and west:
Take Exit 4 (W. Springfield).
Take I 91 North and get off at Exit 16 (Rt 202).
Bear right at the end of the ramp on to Beech Street.
After 1 1/2 miles pass YMCA on the right.
At second light after YMCA turn right on to Dwight Street and come into the downtown area.
Pass City Hall on your right.
Continue a block and half.
You’ll see the Children’s Museum on your right.