Join The Children’s Museum of Cleveland at this fabulous, fun event in support of one of the most important causes in Greater Cleveland, as we present an activity for the kids. Each year, Recovery Resources strives to advance the cause of National Recovery Month. In 2013, Recovery Resources generated community support and awareness by hosting their first annual Run for Recovery. Since then, the Run for Recovery has grown each year, turning into one of the best ways to celebrate recovery.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, August 20, 2016
More information at http://www.recres.org/RunforRecovery
Calling all readers! Join The Children’s Museum of Cleveland’s Educators as we stop by the Cleveland Botanical Garden for Nature Tales Story Time every Thursday at 11:00 am in the Hershey Children’s Garden (weather permitting) or the Eleanor Squire Library.
Families are encouraged to stop in as we listen to nature-inspired stories, sing songs, and make a craft!
All activities are included with paid admission or membership to the Cleveland Botanical Garden.
Leaving University Circle: We closed our University Circle location on January 3rd and planning and fundraising are underway for our new future home in Midtown, just three miles away. We anticipate opening Phase I of our future museum in 2017.
A Museum Without Walls for Now: While we are working on the renovation of our future home, we will continue to bring entertaining and educational experiences to your children. Join us for Museum Without Walls!
Starting in January, 2016 you’ll find us at neighborhood libraries, other cultural institutions and regional events throughout 2016. We’ll bring to you programs and experiences that your children will love as they learn through play. Check our website for a schedule of our Museum Without Walls programs as soon as it becomes available. We’ll keep adding locations throughout the region as the year goes on.
Our Future Museum: Located on Euclid Avenue between E. 36th and E. 40th streets in Midtown, our future home will feature 12,000 square feet of brightly-lit exhibit spaces designed to develop 21st century skills: creativity, problem solving, communication and collaboration. It is a fully-accessible building and offers three times the number of free, public parking spaces as our current location as well as convenient access from I-90.
The $9 million renovation of the historic Stager-Beckwith Mansion in Midtown will include construction of the following exhibits:
New visitor amenities in our future museum will include:
Follow Us/Find Us: Make sure you’re connected to the Museum so we can let you know where we’ll be each month with our Museum Without Walls programs.