New Exhibit – Little Builders
It’s time! Another new exhibit has just opened at the Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester this week! Little Builders is now open for children to construct, build and play.
Lend a hand to build, explore simple machines or transport cargo in this pint-sized construction zone.
Little Builders fosters creative and critical thinking as children work together or independently to build, lift, move and test. This exhibit gives children the chance to explore the physics of movement and discover the concepts involved in building: size, weight, shape, balance, gravity and stability. They can even use Duplo® blocks and PVC pipes! Plan your visit to Little Builders, the new exhibit at Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester May 18 – September 11, 2016.
- Operate a pulley or conveyer belt to explore cause and effect
- Turn wheels of a gantry crane to transport cargo
- Discover mechanical physics at work
- Test aerodynamics using balls, chutes and pipes
New Membership Levels
Along with the new exhibit come some fresh new membership levels at the Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester. You now have the choice of 4 different memberships! The new membership options have even more value and benefit to your and your family. And the best part is that there is an option for every budget! Here is a basic break down:
Rochester Membership — $69
Passport Membership — $99
Deluxe Membership — $129 (Best Value!)
Premier Membership — $179
For more information about what each of these new membership packages include, please visit the new membership page at Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester.
We love partnering with the Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester and love the importance they place on children learning through play. We hope to see you there!
The Minnesota Children’s Museum of Rochester is conveniently located at:
River Center Plaza
1643 North Broadway
Rochester, MN 55901
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
12 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ages 1-101: $5.50
Museum Members: Free
Children under one: Free
Free parking for Museum visitors is available in the River Center Plaza parking lot.