Why We Talk about Racism and Racial Justice

Why We Talk about Racism and Racial Justice

Why does Minnesota Children’s Museum talk about the serious and challenging topics of racism and racial inequities? The museum’s vice president for external relations tackled these questions in the latest issue of Hand to Hand, a newsletter published by the Association of Children’s Museums.

Wallace & Gromit™ and Shaun the Sheep™: Shear Genius!

Wallace & Gromit™ and Shaun the Sheep™: Shear Genius!

Step into the worlds of Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep in this all-new exhibit making its world premiere at Minnesota Children’s Museum this summer. Visit 62 West Wallaby Street and Mossy Bottom Farm as you explore the contraptions, antics and escapades of your favorite Aardman characters. Blast off in Wallace’s rocket, test out some wild contraptions with Gromit, climb around the barn with Shaun and more!

Photo Roundup: The Uncanny Galley Cabinet

Photo Roundup: The Uncanny Galley Cabinet

The Making of Shipwreck Adventures Photo Roundup: The Uncanny Galley Cabinet The interactive and explorable sunken ship that is the focus of Shipwreck Adventures is based on a real life ship that sunk to the bottom of Lake Superior in the late 1800s called the J.S....

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