The museum houses more than 25 interactive exhibits that engage visitors in learning a variety of life skills, such as dealing with strong emotions, conflict resolution, understanding diversity, and environmental sustainability.
Each year thousands of children and families come to experience this innovative hands on environment. Schools, daycares, preschools, scouting programs, church and community groups, children and adults with disabilities, and families enjoy exploring the unique learning opportunities of the Pavilion.
The Peace Pavilion is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Admission is free, but a donation
per person is greatly appreciated.
Donations are tax deductible.
The Peace Pavilion is a subsidiary of Peace Pathways.