The Children’s Museum of Green Bay

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A community-funded and visitor-supported facility, the Children’s Museum of Green Bay provides a unique, interactive environment where children and adults connect through exhibits, programs, and monthly themes stimulating curiosity and motivating learning.  Programming is one of the driving forces behind the Museum. From daily to quarterly programs, staff strive to create fun, creative and STEM based programs that engage children (and adults) of all ages.  On average, the Museum hosts 65,000 visitors a year.  All programming and exhibits are closely aligned to Wisconsin State Standards and Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards (WMELS).

The Museum is situated directly across from the iconic Bay Beach Amusement Park, a popular family destination.  Ruder Ware’s donation has funded the creation of an outdoor playset intended to attract visiting families to the Museum, inspiring even more families to play together.