The Duluth Children's Museum is about to show off its new digs in Lincoln Park.
The facility is 10,000 square feet of fun and interactive education, which is far more space than the 3,200 square feet in the museum's old home at The Depot.
The top-notch space will have new, larger exhibits -- everything from a dinosaur dig site to an interactive science center featuring the stock market.
"People come in and they see the windows, they see the light, the color, the exhibits. I think they are going to light up with enthusiasm and excitement," said Michael Garcia, the CEO of the Children's Museum.
The doors open to the public May 29 in the Clyde Park.
Admission is just $6.50.