What You'll Get
Children need constant stimulation, ensuring their mental development and distraction from the natural instinct to study algebra. Provide educational diversions with today's Groupon to The Children's Museum of Fennville in Fennville. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get general admission for four people (a $14 value; children under 1 are free).
- For $30, you get a one-year family membership (a $60 value).
The Children's Museum of Fennville's collection of informative and entertaining interactive exhibits fills inquisitive minds with food for thought. With a bevy of displays detailing fundamental scientific principles, functions of the human body, phenomena of the natural world, and the Newtonian properties of Capri Sun, children of all ages glean useful nuggets of knowledge in a fun setting. Admission for four grants kids and accompanying adults or sentient floor lamps a day's worth of experimentation and exploration within the museum's educational exhibits, while the especially curious can benefit from the unlimited museum access for up to two adults and four children afforded by the one-year family membership. The membership also grants a 10% discount on special events, programs, and birthday party packages, as well as at the museum gift shop, and gifts members with a subscription to a quarterly newsletter.
This Groupon expires on October 22, 2011.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate membership by 10/22/11, expires 1 year from activation date. New members only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Forever Curious Children's Museum
The not-for-profit Forever Curious Children's Museum sprang from a simple philosophy: children learn best by doing. The museum’s labyrinthine series of exhibits embodies that philosophy with its myriad opportunities for interactive play, exploration, and experimentation.
Casual visitors, birthday-party guests, and students on field trips can huddle inside the life-size wigwam and wooden canoe at the First People exhibit, which introduces young ones to America’s earliest inhabitants. Science exhibits encourage children to suit up in doctors’ coats and study the human body or take a wheelchair for a spin to better empathize with disabled people. Learning begins at an early age, and the museum’s penned-in toddler area fascinates the youngest of minds with mini home furniture such an easy chair and a bed, beneath which lurks a disarmingly pintsize boogeyman.