Easter EGG-Stravaganza

Don’t worry about the chilly, wet weather interfering with your Easter egg hunt: Do your hunting indoors at the Children’s Museum’s Easter EGG-Stravaganza. We offer three dates/times for you to choose from: Friday, March 30, 8:30 to 10:00 am or 5:30-7:00 pm, or Saturday, March 31 from 8:30 to 10:00 am.

Join the Easter Bunny (costumed employee) on an egg hunt; play games, make a craft and “spend” Bunny Money for treats and prizes. You can also enjoy the Museum’s three floors of interactive fun! For ages 2-7 with adult.  $5 per child Museum Members / $12 per child Non-Members (+$1 per adult).   Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Register at the Museum or by calling 608-784-2652 or register online at www.funmuseum.org.

 

Holiday Hours:

The Children’s Museum will be closed Sunday and Monday, April 1 & 2. Regular hours resume on April 3.

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The Children’s Museum of La Crosse, located at 207 5th Avenue South in historic downtown La Crosse, offers three floors of hands-on exhibits and programming for children ages 1-12 and their adult companions.  Regular hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday Noon to 5 pm. Regular admission:  $7 per person (infants and members free.) The Children’s Museum of La Crosse opened on February 28, 1999.  

 

For more information contact Carolyn Peterson at 608-784-2652 or learn@funmuseum.org.

Children's Museum of La Crosse

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