Pinball Playfields and Boardwalk Arcade exhibits now open!

Walk among hundreds of breathtaking butterflies in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden.

View award-winning Fairy Houses Tuesday, July 15–Sunday, July 27.

Explore Fairy Folk Village in the Discovery Garden.

The Strong's electronic games collection is one of the largest in the world.

  • Pinball Playfields and Boardwalk Arcade exhibits now open!

  • Walk among hundreds of breathtaking butterflies in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden.

  • View award-winning Fairy Houses Tuesday, July 15–Sunday, July 27.

  • Explore Fairy Folk Village in the Discovery Garden.

  • The Strong's electronic games collection is one of the largest in the world.

Museum Hours

Monday–Thursday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday & Saturday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday: noon to 5 p.m.

Doll and dollhouse sections
are closed for renovation.

General Admission

(does not include admission to
Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden)

Age 2 and older: $13.50

Under age 2: free

Museum members: always free

Museum News

Victoria de Rijke, associate professor at Middlsex University in London, visits The Strong to research the role of play in an artist’s creative process.
Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences President Martin Rae (second from left) visits The Strong to explore its exhibits and extensive collections. Pictured here in the ICHEG lab with The Strong's Rollie Adams (far left) and ICHEG's Don Daglow, Jon-Paul Dyson, and Jeremy Saucier.
John Romero—prominent game designer and developer best known as the co-creator of Doom—unveils a display in The Strong’s eGameRevolution exhibit which contains his original Apple II+ computer (used to design his first published game) and a design notebook.