Summer means schedules change and family time can stretch beyond the typical afternoon hours. On Tuesday evenings through Sept. 29, the gallery will remain open until 7:30 p.m. for some special summer fun. In addition to all of the things to do in the History Clubhouse, families who attend on these evenings can take part in additional activities. Possibilities include listening to live music by kid-friendly favorites like Celia and Marc-O-Polo, being transformed into a superhero or a tiger with face painting by Impish Grin, or completing make-and-take craft projects. See the Museum’s website for a complete list of special activities on each date.
To people of all ages and backgrounds, the Missouri History Museum is a leading cultural institution and community resource that offers exhibitions, programming and collections to explore the history of the region in order to better understand the world we live in and build a stronger community for the future.
The Jefferson Memorial Building section of the Missouri History Museum was originally built as the first national monument to Thomas Jefferson, preceding the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. by more than 25 years. The museum now features special exhibits and St. Louis history galleries with interactive stations for children throughout.
In the Sproutlight is a sponsored opportunity. For more information on sponsorship, email [email protected] or call 636-828-4246.