Discovery Place KIDS Museum

April 25, 2012

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Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham will be the second Discovery Place KIDS museum and the first step in a journey of lifelong learning for children and families in the Sandhills region.

Scheduled to open in early 2013, Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham is a children’s museum that will serve children and their caregivers from throughout the Sandhills/South Central Piedmont region of North Carolina.

The new 20,000 square foot Museum will be a community-based, educational resource for children ages 0 -10 and a centerpiece of downtown Rockingham. Through rich learning experiences highlighting exploration, imagination and fun, Discovery Place KIDS will promote growth in language, cognition and mathematics while fostering curiosity and building confidence.

Based around the theme of I CAN, theme areas at Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham will include:

 


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