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About the Grand Rapids Children's Museum
The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum first made its debut as a museum “without walls” in August 1993 at Woodland Mall. The Museum featured two exhibits, "Funstruction" and "Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles!", which were a huge success and exposed over 30,000 children and their families to “hands-on” exploration and learning. By the winter of 1994, the “Museum without walls” had found a home at 11 Sheldon Avenue; a building which had caught fire in August 1980 leaving it vacant until purchased by Bob and Aleicia Woodrick and Jim and Shirley Balk, who donated the building to the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum. Since then, the Museum has seen more than 3 million guests and over 200,000 visitors annually. For more information, visit their website: https://www.grcm.org/