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FREE Admission to Minnesota Children's Museum for local homeschoolers

The Minnesota Children's Museum is once again opening its doors to local homeschoolers. Homeschool families are welcome to visit the museum -- free of charge -- Tuesday, October 18th from 2 pm - 4pm. Homeschool families will have full access to all exhibits, including the special traveling exhibits: Rainforest Adventure and Storyland, A Trip through Childhood Favorites.

Families can either bring their homeschool ID (a membership card from Minnesota Homeschoolers' Alliance) or simply mention that they are homeschoolers to receive free admission.

This is the perfect opportunity to visit before the rush of MEA Weekend!

The Minnesota Children's Museum is located in downtown St. Paul at 10 West 7th Street. Parking is available in the World Trade Center parking ramp located on the northeast corner of 7th and Wabasha streets ($4 for 3 hours).

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