Madison Children’s Museum Expands Spring Break Hours and Activities | News


MADISON (WKOW) — Many parents and students are looking forward to spring break and the week away from class. However, sometimes it could be difficult to babysit fun, right?

The Madison Children’s Museum aims to provide some relief and is open overtime days and hours during this busy time of year. They will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day except Monday.

The museum is hosting special events for the next two weeks, including an April Fool’s Day dance party and a joke. They also offer a variety of exhibits that encourage children to have fun and explore.

“It’s a great place for open creative play,” said Jonathan Zarov, director of marketing and communications at the Madison Children’s Museum. “There are so many things that inspire your imagination as a kid and you can find your passion here as a kid. Do you want to draw? Do you want to do something really targeted? Want to climb, jump and run? Are you interested in roof animals? There is so much to learn and explore in a really fun way.

The Museum also has a 10,000 square-outdoor foot space. It is constructed from natural upcycled and upcycled materials and is suitable for all ages.

“We really hope that when people come, most people spend some time outside,” Zarov added. “We know families are looking for that now, a healthy and safe space to play outside. We need masks inside, but outside [masks] are optional.

For more information on Spring Break special events, click here.


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