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The original item was published from 8/13/2020 5:07:00 PM to 8/17/2020 2:07:35 PM.
Posted on: August 14, 2020
[ARCHIVED] We are happy to re-announce Play Pass!
We are bringing back our Outdoor Museum Play Pass for Wednesdays in August! Families will experience engaging, immersive, and educational programming designed for children preschool age and up. Each day will offer a different theme with activities to get your little ones to think and move!
Play Pass per day is $25 per family (Max. 4 people) $20 for CMLH Members.
Play Pass days are by reservation only, please click here to reserve!
Design & Build: August 19th 9:30-11am
Music & Movement: August 26th 9:30-11am
FAQ’s for Play Pass
Will I be allowed inside the Museum?
- No, Play Pass activities will take place entirely outside. The recent order from the governor closed all indoor museums. We thank you for your patience and ask that you watch this space for reopening announcements and on-line reserved ticketing for our indoor space and galleries.
Will I be allowed to use the restrooms inside the Museum?
- Unfortunately no, but there are restrooms available in the park.
What kinds of activities will you have?
-Depending on the day, you and your little one can learn about the world of coding with Ozobots, engineer a rollercoaster using our Blue Trax set, join in on a fun music and movement session with staff, and more!
Where do I get tickets?
- Play Pass tickets are available if you click here!
What kind of Covid-19 precautions should we expect?
-Families will have their own shade canopy for their family group to make, create, and learn to maintain social distancing. We ask that guests 5 years and older wear a face mask. Museum staff and volunteers will also wear masks. In addition, we utilize contactless reservations and will be sanitizing all materials after each use.
We thank you for your support in helping us continue to provide a quality Museum experience for your families during our temporary closure. The safety, health, and well-being of our guests is our top priority and we will continue to work on improving our Museum during this closure.