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The Children’s Museum Of The Brazos Valley Announces Relocation Plans!
The Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley is excited to announce that we will soon be relocating to a new, centralized location that will allow us to better service our community.
The Children's Museum has made many wonderful memories in Downtown Bryan since we first opened our doors 18 years ago. Since that time, the Brazos Valley has experienced tremendous growth and as the needs of our community change, the Museum must grow and change to ensure we are able to provide the best educational experience possible to the families in the Brazos Valley and beyond. Therefore, the Children's Museum is pleased to announce that in the coming months we will be relocating to a new more central location with ample exhibit space.
CMBV Executive Director, Carolyn Young, can’t wait to share all of the new and exciting changes with our community. “The staff and board of directors have worked hard to find the perfect location that will better serve our community. We believe the new location just off University Dr on 29th St in Bryan, located at 4001 E. 29th will be ideal for the growth of the Museum. We are excited that we will not only have more room for children to play and learn in our exhibits, we love the fact that our new convenient location will provide easy access for residents of both Bryan and College Station.”
The Museum staff and board of directors are excited about the upcoming changes that the Museum will be undergoing. For the most up-to-date information on the progress at our new location, please Like us on Facebook and keep checking our website at www.cmbv.org.
The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley serves approximately 10,000 guests each year. Our mission is to provide a child-centered, hands-on, interactive environment for learning and discovery for children. The Museum offers daily programming for our visitors as well as numerous camps and events throughout the year.
Because of this new and exciting change, the museum is expected to close at a later determined date in May. We will update our social media pages as well as our website when that date has been determined.