Mississippi Children's Museum

Exhibits

Pollinator’s Playground

Pollinator’s Playground Garden is a free, public space where children and adults can visit to learn about the role of pollinators in our everyday life. The Pollinator’s Playground will help sustain native pollinator species while also serving as a living, learning laboratory.

Pollinators which include insects like bees and butterflies along with birds, bats and other animals are vitally important not only for maintaining the health of local ecosystems but also for agriculture. Honey bees pollinate approximately 80% of the fruit, vegetable and seed crops cultivated in the United States.