Learn while playing at the G.R. Children’s Museum

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) With the brutal winter keeping us all indoors, you may be looking for a spot where the little ones can get rid of some pent-up energy!

The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum has plenty to do for kids of almost any age. The toddler area has a play kitchen, a ball run, and a nature wall where kids can explore.

The museum also has its Open Wide exhibit going on right now. It simulates a dentist’s office so children can learn about brushing teeth and how not to be afraid of the dentist.

Thursdays are family nights at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum. It is open until 8 p.m. and admission is just $1.50 starting at 5 p.m.

The next exhibit they’re getting ready to open on March 4, called Fort Fun. They’ll have everything they need to create and build forts, tents, and hideouts using chairs, sofas, sheets, tables, and stools.

Mark your calendar for the indoor campout event on March 14, where guests can experience an evening of camping fun in the warmth of the museum. Plus, watch for all kinds of “staycation” fun at the museum during Spring Break!

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