40 Years of Play!
Kids in museums always used to hear the admonition “Don’t touch!” In Minnesota, that started to change in 1981, when the first incarnation of Minnesota Children’s Museum opened in Minneapolis.
Now, nearly 40 years later, hands-on activities remain the heart of the museum experience. Kids learn by doing, exploring, experimenting and asking questions. They learn by having fun.
This coming year, as the museum marks its 40th anniversary, join us in celebrating a past, present and future of sparking children’s learning through play.
Make a Gift and Double Your Impact!
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation is doubling all gifts from individual donors (up to $10,000). So if you’ve been meaning to make a donation but haven’t gotten around to it yet, now is the perfect time. Your generous dollars will go twice as far!