Detroit Children’s Museum
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The venerable Detroit Children’s Museum, which opened in 1917, has closed, another victim of the city’s crushing financial problems.
Museums have become a way for patrons and casual observers to connect with history, art and culture without having to leave the state.
The center was hoping to re-open this week, but talks are continuing over the museum’s recovery plan.
The search is on by the Detroit Science Center board to find $5 million needed to save the museum. Meantime, the Children’s Museum will resume operations.
The Detroit Children’s Museum will unveil a second floor, open-air mezzanine expansion and a new exhibit on Tuesday.
WWJ Newsradio’s Pat Vitale reports on the Detroit Children’s Museum is up and running after a one year closure. Pat has more on the museum in this podcast.
After being closed since 2009, the Detroit Children’s Museum is now reopening, to be run by the Detroit Science Center.