“The Greensboro Children’s Museum is designed to inspire hands-on learning through play. While the people are the most important element, the exhibits are catalysts for questions, exploration and discovery, and the entire experience is a playground for the mind. We are extremely grateful to the Nat Greene Kiwanis for its support of the Museum’s new Technology based exhibit. This new exhibit, which will showcase cutting edge technology and creativity, will add a new dimension to playful learning for kids of all ages at the Museum. The generous gift from Nat Greene Kiwanis, along with the club’s enthusiasm and assistance in researching and selecting the design team, has created a true partnership, and we look forward to serving the community together for years to come.”
Marian King, CEO
About the Greensboro Children’s Museum
Designed to inspire hands-on learning through play, GCM offers a fun, energetic and safe environment for all ages. Located in the heart of downtown Greensboro, GCM offers more than 20 interactive exhibits that supplement formal education with child-led adventures in play. GCM serves an economically, racially, and culturally diverse population of families, community groups and school field trips. Since opening in 1999, GCM has worked to fulfill our mission of engaging all children and families in hands-on, fun learning experiences, which contribute to their growth and development through play, creation, outdoor exploration and STEM activities. With an active schedule of programs designed to provide enriching experiences for children of all ages, GCM offers pop-up programs and paid programs with themes around science, technology, art, music, dance, food and gardening. Visit gcmuseum.com to learn more about the Greensboro Children’s Museum and see a list of upcoming programs.