The Children’s Museum of Cleveland is moving. The museum will close on January 3, 2016, to move into the Stager Beckwith Mansion on Euclid Avenue by 2017.
Nestled near downtown on what was known as Millionaire’s Row, the mansion was built by businessman and Civil War General Anson Stager in 1866.
The new museum will feature six exhibit spaces which are designed to develop creativity and learning for children.
The exhibits will include a water wonder lab, an arts and crafts room, a forest-themed playroom for younger children, and the mammoth project “Adventure City” which will feature a market and construction play activity center.
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