Bronzeville Children’s Museum is a museum in the Calumet Heights community area of the South Side of Chicago. It is the first and only African American children’s museum in the United States. Founded in 1998, the museum moved to its current location at 9301 South Stony Island Avenue in the Pill Hill neighborhood in 2008. The Museum is designed to serve children between the age of 3 and 9. The museum is located away from the Bronzeville, Chicago neighborhood bounded by 26th Street and 51st Street on the north and south, respectively, and Wentworth Avenue and Cottage Grove Avenue. Nonetheless, the museum was named after the neighborhood, which is the neighborhood where African Americans settled in large concentration in Chicago. Although over 100 children’s museums serve the youth of America, this is the only one that focuses on African American culture and history.