Children’s Museum Seeks Feedback

Museum is Asking for the Public's Input

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The Duluth Children’s Museum wants to hear from you!

It’s released a new survey to gather some feedback about what exhibits people are interested in seeing, and what should change.

Ideas so far include increased programming on the weekends, and summer camp activities for 2015.

“There are lots of different ways that children can learn without it feeling like being in school,” said Museum President and CEO, Cameron Bloom Kruger. “And that’s the magic of the museum. Everyone comes here and they play, but at the same time they’re learning really cool things.”

The survey will be open through March 10th.

Click here if you are interested in filling out the survey. 

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