Kids learn about safety in ‘To The Rescue’

The "To The Rescue" exhibit at the Grand Rapids Children's Museum.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) Kids can learn about safety while having fun with the ‘To The Rescue’ exhibit at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum.

Kids can learn about calling 911, learn about firefighters and ambulance and emergency workers, slide down the escape slide, dress up as a rescue worker, provide medical care in the ambulance, and become a helicopter pilot!

The exhibit re-opened on August 26 and it will be up until the middle of January. The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum is open late on Thursdays for Family Night. Admission is just $150 after 5 p.m.

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