After being closed since 2009, the Detroit Children’s Museum is now reopening, to be run by the Detroit Science Center.

Originally developed by Detroit Public Schools, the museum features hands-on exhibits for kids, and has been a traditional site for early childhood and elementary school field trips.

The building features permanent exhibits on kids and their world, as well as a planetarium with shows each day.

The museum is located close to the New Center in Midtown Detroit, only a few blocks from the Fisher building at 6134 Second Avenue, Detroit, Michigan.  Visit the Detroit Children’s Museum website for more info.

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