Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum in Saginaw Has Reopened
There are several wonderful museums right here in the Greater Lansing area including, Impression 5 Science Center, R.E. Olds Transportation Museum, and The Creole Gallery just to name a few.
According to mlive.com:
The Mid-Michigan Children's Museum has reopened for the first time in several months with health and safety precautions in place, a new mural and more new things in store.
This incredible museum located in Saginaw on West Genesee Avenue just reopened on Tuesday, April 27.
I love museums, because I find them very educational. Back in my days at grade school here in Lansing, my class would go on several field trips to visit local museums in the Greater Lansing area.
I remember seeing dinosaurs, ships, airplanes, trains, and all sorts of fun and interesting things to either look at or read about.
If you get the chance to go to the Children's Museum in Saginaw, you'll most likely notice a few changes.
Mlive.com tells us:
Visitors may notice a new mural inspired by the role agriculture plays in the Great Lakes Bay Region. The mural, painted by Grand rapids artist Michael Pfleghaar, is part of the museum's Aunt Sugar's Farm & Uncle Pickle's Barn gallery and features fields of crops typically found in Michigan, including sugar beets, pickles, corn, soybeans, wheat, potatoes, hay, pumpkins, and apples, as well as a farm with livestock and horses.
This is exactly why people really enjoy going to museums. You get to look at new works of art and all kinds of interesting elements that most museums bring to life.