On Monday, November 6th, the Children’s Museum of Cleveland opened its doors to the public in its new home on Euclid Avenue in the historic, former Millionaire’s Row Stager-Beckwith home.
The museum includes four main exhibits. The Making Miniatures exhibit fills the top floor with dollhouses, including a custom replica of the museum’s home, the Stager-Beckwith mansion, and miniatures kids can play with on their own. In Adventure City, kids play on a large, two-story wooden structure that features several areas for pretend play, including a construction site, market, auto garage, and more. The Arts and Parts art studio is filled with supplies for kids to experiment and create. In the Wonder Lab, kids can explore with water, magnets, and air in an industrial science lab.
The museum, located at 3813 Euclid Avenue, is open Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (closed Thursday), Saturday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Sunday noon-5:00 p.m. Admission is $12 per person, with children under 1 year free, plus $5 for parking in the museum’s lot. Memberships for free admission and parking are also available. Learn more at cmcleveland.org.