Children's Museum of Richmond

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Children's Museum of Richmond
Established 1977
Location 2626 W Broad St Richmond, Virginia
Director Karen Coltrane

The Children's Museum of Richmond began in 1977 as the Richmond Children’s Museum in the Navy Hill School building in downtown Richmond, Virginia. In 2000, the museum moved to its current location on Broad Street in Richmond. In 2010 The Children's Museum of Richmond became the first in the country to open a satellite location, CMoR Short Pump, located in the West End of Richmond.[1]

Highlights of CMoR Central include:

  • A newly renovated Living Tree House which features live turtles, frogs, and mice, which opened in September 2010.
  • Little Farm, a special area for visitors age 3 and under, to explore![2]

Highlights of CMoR Short Pump include:

  • A 1,000-square-foot (93 m2) Art Studio
  • An indoor Safari Train


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Coordinates: 37°33′44.7″N 77°28′1.7″W / 37.562417°N 77.467139°W / 37.562417; -77.467139