Every day, 11am - 3pm
Celebrate Spring Break at the Children’s Museum! Become a Castle Builder and start designing, creating, and building this spring break. Grab a construction hat and join us daily from 11:00AM – 3:00PM for fun interactive building activities, special guests, crafts, and more!
Saturday, March 24
Let’s start building and kick off Spring Break at the Children’s Museum! Construct life-size cardboard castles as you create a collaborative art project with special guest artist, Colleen Leduc.
Sunday, March 25
Castles and dragons at the Children’s Museum? Come create your very own paper plate dragon and unleash your imagination building with special guests, Bricks 4 Kidz. There will be Lego racing, castle mosaics, and more!
Monday, March 26
Become royalty for a day at the Children’s Museum and craft your very own crown. Join special guests Let’s Talk Science as they guide you in building your very own marshmallow structures and more!
Tuesday, March 27
Explore amazing structures with special guests, WISE Kid-Netic Energy! Create tin foil canoes, bridges, towers, and more. Then after all the building, take some time to design a modern-day version of a medieval crest of your very own.
Wednesday, March 28
Join special guest artist Megan Krause as she helps guide you in designing cardboard castle creations. Add your own special touches to the museum’s cardboard castle as we continue creating all week long.
Thursday, March 29
Become a master builder! Make your own builder mask and get ready for a day of fun. Join special guests Bricks 4 Kidz in the building extravaganza and create Lego masterpieces.
Friday, March 30
What’s in your castle? Get creative as you craft your very own castle sticker.
Saturday, March 31
Join Let’s Talk Science as you explore the physics of flight, compete in a bridge building competition, and experiment with levers and pulleys.
Sunday, April 1
Enjoy your last day of vacation at the museum before preparing to go back to school. Create a cotton swab castle painting and put the finishing touches on the museum’s life-size cardboard castle.
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