Helping children learn through play

Wegmans is proud to support these wonderful children's museums and play spaces as part of our commitment to enrich the communities we serve. Give your kids the chance to learn through play—make these fun destinations part of your vacation plans this year!

Smithsonian Wegmans Wonderplace, Washington, DC

“Wonderplace,” a 1,700-square-foot children’s center, welcomes curious kids ages 0-6 (and their families) to explore a wide variety of hands-on exhibits at the National Museum of American History. Made possible by a $1.5 million gift and in-kind donations from Wegmans Food Markets, this gallery will allow curious kids to “cook” in a kitchen inspired by Julia Child’s; plant and harvest pretend vegetables and run the farm stand and more. 

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Wegmans Super Kids Market, Rochester, NY

The Strong is a highly interactive, collections-based museum devoted to the history and exploration of play.

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Buffalo Zoo Organic Barn Playground

Little ones can say "hello" to the animals, plus climb, slide and swing in this fun Organic Barn playground.

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Buffalo Museum of Science Yum! Exhibit

Guests of all ages learn the "how to" and "how come?" of healhy living through fun, engaging hands-on, interactive activities.

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PlaySpace ABC Cayuga, Auburn, NY

An interactive indoor learning area developed by ABC Cayuga, Inc, for preschoolers to aid in their cognitive growth and development, includes a mini Wegmans Food Market.

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Wegmans Landing at Onondaga Lake Park, Liverpool, NY

Wegmans Boundless Playground offer all kids, regardless of their abilities, a colorful mecca with climbers, swings, play houses and slides, including the 35,000-sq. ft. Wegmans Playground and the Wegmans Good Dog Park for run-free doggie fun.

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ExpERIEnce Children's Museum Wegmans Kids Market, Erie, PA

An entertaining, educational experience committed to making math, science, art, culture, literacy and health FUN!

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Children's Museum of Richmond

The Little Grocery Store here inspires the next generation of creative problem solvers through play. The Little Grocery Stores are located in Richmond, Midlothian and Short Pump.

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Virginia Discovery Museum, Charlottesville, VA

On the first Wednesday of each month, the Discovery Museum offers “Pay What You Wish Wednesday” in which visitors pay what they like to enter the museum, in lieu of our regular $8 per person entry fee!

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