Who says adults can’t be kids sometimes. Minnesota Children’s Museum is a place where kids get to learn through play. The museum dates back to 1981, but it’s Saint Paul location opened in 1995. It hosts more than 500,000 visitors every year. The Saint Paul location got a thirty million dollar expansion and renovation last summer. So, if you haven’t been in a while, there’s a lot to enjoy!
The fun is also for the adults. There’s an adult only museum takeover happening on September 20th. It’s all about the challenge. Adults 21 and older will be able to win prizes for completing certain challenges like games, puzzles and brainteasers. If you’re not interested in the challenges, you can still just hang out. The entire museum will be open for play.
Tickets are $15, but museum members get $5 off tickets. Adult beverages and food will be available for purchase.
To learn more about the Adults Only Museum Takeover, click here.