There’s a lot to see and do at the Museum – more than can be done in a single visit. This section provides a guide for visiting with children under 7, to help you plan your visit.

In the Garden of Contemplation , take a break and relax. This peaceful, open space with a soaring ceiling is a great place to appreciate the building’s glass “cloud,” notice Museum staff working on the mezzanine levels, and gaze up at the towering elevator shaft and spiral staircase that lead to the Tower of Hope.

In the Rights Today gallery, find the display of Everyday Objects such as cell phones and plastic bags. Explore how items we use every day are connected to human rights in both positive and negative ways. What do you use plastic bags for at home? Do you think you could make a soccer ball out of plastic bags?

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