Now Open…2018 Summer Children’s Museum

Back by popular demand for its third summer, the Children’s Museum of Yuma County is holding its 2018 Summer Children’s Museum at the Yuma Art Center.

Children’s Museum of Yuma County

2018 Summer Children’s Museum

featuring our new Mission: Space Connections Exhibit

Wednesdays through Saturdays, June 2-July 28

10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

$2 admission/person

Yuma Art Center

254 S. Main St.

Yuma, AZ

Mission: Space Connections has been developed with a grant from Yuma Rotary and Rotary District 5500. Content development partners include: YPG’s Heritage Museum, USGS-Flagstaff, Lowell Observatory, ASU’s School of Earth and Space Science Center for Meteorite Studies, AWC’s Career and Technical Education Program, and National Informal STEM Education Network, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and JPL’s Museum Alliance.

Many of your favorite exhibits from the past two summers are returning: Tot Spot, Art Creation Makerspace, Step into Art, Bugs in a Bug, Musical Magic, Winds of Color Scarf Blower, Build It-Blue Blocks. The Wind Tunnel, Augmented Reality Sandbox, and the Touchscreen are now part of the Space Exhibit.

A new addition to our Build It exhibit is the Rigamajig, Jr. building system funded by a grant from Caballeros de Yuma.

Join us all summer as we Play + Learn + Repeat!





2 Comments On “Now Open…2018 Summer Children’s Museum”

  1. I am a nurse and have a patient that’s wheelchair bound. Would he be able to participate in any activities if we came for a visit? Are you wheelchair accessible?

    Thanks so much

    • Hi Cindy.

      Most of our activities are accessible or adaptable to guests in wheelchairs depending on how large the chair is. Some of our older original exhibits are the ones least adaptable. If you find you need assistance when you visit, let me or one of my staff members know, and we’ll be happy to help you. I have a degree in special education, so we are working on improving accessibility as we continue developing the museum. I look forward to meeting you when you come in.

      Melissa Rushin Irr, Executive Director

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