Family & Children

Classic Black Scavenger Hunt

Go on a hunt for details in the ceramics of Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries at Mint Museum Randolph! Download a copy before your visit, or pick up a print version at guest services. Now through January 3.

Wedgwood (Staffordshire, England, 1759–present). "Somnus," circa 1774, stoneware (black basalt). Birmingham Museum of Art. Collection of the Art Fund, Inc. at the Birmingham Museum of Art; The Buten Wedgwood Collection, gift through the Wedgwood Society of New York. AFI.1239.2008

Create at Home

Try out these family-friendly art projects at home, inspired by the Mint’s collection!


Bilingual Stories & Music

Sing and learn in Spanish and English in this virtual story hour for children ages 0-6 and their families. 

Bilingual Stories & Music is available the following dates from 11–11:40 AM:


Lewis Family Gallery at The Mint Museum Uptown

Please note: The Lewis Family Gallery is currently closed due to COVID-19

Kids of all ages can play, explore and learn about the museum collection in the Lewis Family Gallery. This hands-on space provides a creative environment for creating art, engaging in building and puzzle challenges, posing for pictures, creating a giant doodle, and stepping into a Romare Bearden collage! Open during regular museum hours.

The childrens play room on the first floor of mint museum uptown. there is a tree house area and a place for kids to paint and make art.

Summer Camps – 2021 TBD 

Mint Summer Art Camps allow kids age 3-18 to explore a specific media or topic through fun and creative experiences in an inspiring environment. Professional artist/teachers facilitate age-appropriate art activities in the classrooms and museum galleries. Join us for half-day or full-day art camps and enjoy small class sizes, high-quality art materials and instruction, and a beautiful atmosphere!

Children use natural materials to create a work of art with local artsits Crista Comarotto