Fall River Children’s Museum Adds Outdoor Exhibit
Many parents are struggling with finding things to do with their children. Hopefully, you will soon be able to take them to the Children's Museum of Greater Fall River.
While the museum has been closed during the pandemic, the staff made a few changes and additions that they are really excited to share once they are given the thumbs up to open from Governor Charlie Baker.
Some of the new features include an outdoor music playground area with musical flowers and a xylophone, and the new chime wall.
The current plan is to open on July 15. That's the date slated for Phase Three of the state's re-opening, provided the COVID-19 numbers make the governor feel safe about lifting the restrictions.
The museum is going to adjust its summer hours to allow for weekly deep cleaning and more daily cleanings. The new hours will be: Wednesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Some of the activities will not be allowed to ensure everyone's safety.
This outdoor music playground looks so fun and is sure to be a great addition to the museum.
Make sure you follow the Museum's Facebook page for updates on when they may open, what's available, and what protocols they are following and will require you to follow when doors open.
The museum is excited to re-open to the public and live up to its slogan,
"Explore, Discover, and Grow."