Spring Break means something way different once you have kids. But fear not, parents: Children’s Museum of Richmond is ready to pack those days (and days and days) with plenty of quality fun.
Photo by: ShellyS
Spring Break kicks off for Richmond-area public school kids a week from today–a fact that has many local parents tugging nervously at their collars as they stare at the number of days stretching before them and their little poppets.1
But fear not, Mom and Pop! The Children’s Museum of Richmond has all kinds of good stuff in the works throughout the entire week of Spring Break. You’re sure to find something to suit your family’s various fancies.
FYI: activities vary location to location, so read up before you head out!
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Magic shows and face painting will be going DOWN at all Richmond-area locations–and Seymour will pop into the Central location for a little visit just before lunch.
Hands-on, educator-led nature activities, visits from Rockwood Nature Center and the Virginia Living Museum, and more! And more magic shows because sure!
Again with the magic shows (I’m sure they are art to many, many people out there), as well as educator-led music and art activities.
Special, history-themed story times and an old-timey game or two. They’re planning a couple of magic shows for Thursday, too. Perhaps they’ll also be old-timey?
CMoR Central will host Richmond Kickers, the Flying Squirrels, and Nutzy, but at CMoR Chesterfield your kids will have the chance to explore the basics of martial arts through workshops from Dong’s Karate. And more magic shows.2
It’s all about the Central location come Saturday with robot obstacle courses, circuit-building, and make-your-own robot activities.3
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All Children’s Museum of Richmond Spring Break activities are free with museum admission: $9 for ages 1 to 59; $8 for seniors; free for members and kids under 1.
Visit c-mor.og for more details.