Children’s Museum Of MT Seeks Public Input On New Building
With plans to create a "world class" museum that reflects our great state, the Children's Museum Of Montana (CMOM) is going directly to Montanans for feedback on the new facility.
In a press release, CMOM says their current design plan will "reflect Montana's rich history in permanent exhibits, educational needs in revolving exhibits, and aesthetics with native rocks, plants and animals. We want to hear from you about how this new facility can best serve you, your family and our state."
Anyone who would like to comment or give input about the new facility can attend a public meeting at 5:30pm on Tuesday, April 16 at the Children's Museum of Montana, 22 Railroad Square in Great Falls.
Established in 1996, the Children's Museum of Montana is located in Great Falls and features hands-on exhibits that allow children to explore science, math and culture.
After 20 wonderful years at 22 Railroad square, the Children's Museum of Montana is beginning a journey to find the purchase of a permanent home in Great Falls. -ChildrensMuseumOfMontana.org
To find out more about the CMOM capital campaign, or to donate, CLICK HERE.