Equity and Inclusion | Hands-On House

Hands-on House is a place for all children!

At Hands-on House, children are the driving force behind what we do. We want to encourage their fullest potential as artists, scientists, inventors, explorers, and above all— empathetic global citizens. With a focus on diversity and inclusion, Hands-on House is working to become a state-of-the-art learning center, educational resource, and cultural gathering place for all children in Lancaster County and beyond. Through developing partnerships with other community organizations, we hope to serve children from across the socio-economic spectrum by being a place where all children (along with the adults in their lives), feel welcomed, valued, connected, and included. 

We are always looking for ways to grow. If you have any suggestions on how we could make the museum a more welcoming place for you and your family, please leave us a comment in the box below!

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PLAYING IT SAFE!

To protect our visitors and staff, Hands-on House has implemented several safety measures.
*Masks are required for staff and visitors over age 3.
*Guests will have temperatures taken (using touchless thermometer) upon entry and are required to wash hands before entering exhibit area.
*Capacity is limited. Pre-registration strongly recommended. Walk-in entry available as space allows.
*Families are asked to maintain six-foot social distancing from other guests.

Find all our admission info here!