Join in on the celebration this Saturday, July 10, for the grand reopening of the World Awareness Children’s Museum! After a long yet safe 481-day period of public closure, general admission will now be available to the museum.
The WACM is a place for learning, growth, fun, and creation. The museum has pieces from over 140 countries, and over 7,000 of those pieces are children’s artwork. There’s no better way to teach children that their voice, art, and creativity matter than to have them wander through a professional gallery of children’s art.
All guests visiting during the grand reopening on July 10 will receive free goodies, a balloon, and a chance to win a year-long Family Level Membership to the museum. You won’t want to miss this!
The World Awareness Children’s Museum has a new exhibit called, “Thailand: Beauty and Beasts.” Here, guests can explore the culture and traditions of Southeast Asia. The museum as a whole has over 8,000 artifacts of clothing, musical instruments, toys, and much more.
For the month of July, the museum will only be open on the weekends, from 10am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday beginning July 10. The first 2 weekends that the museum is open will be “Pay What You Can” days, followed by regular $5 admission in the following weeks. All guests under 3 years of age are always free.
During the month of August, weekday admission will then resume. Stop in anytime between 10am and 3pm on Thursdays through Mondays. Reserve your tickets in advance to secure a spot!
Sit down in the Japanese Tea House and learn to use chopsticks. Experience farm-to-table dining in an authentic kitchen in Mexico. Bring the whole family and come explore the world without limits this summer, at the World Awareness Children’s Museum!