A hands-on children's exhibit that introduces the concepts of architecture to children ages 3 to 8. Activity zones provide the opportunity to plan, design and build through the exploration of architectural elements and various construction techniques with references to Geneva buildings and homes. Children can become architects, interior designers, city planners, masons and builders. Activities include: designing a floor plan, learning how to build brick patterns, constructing a life-size brick house or log cabin, exploring letters and shapes found in architecture and much more! Sponsored by the Fabyan Foundation and Geneva Ace Hardware with a partnership of the Geneva Public Library.
07/01/2017 11:00am - 08/26/2017 4:00pm
113 South Third Street Geneva, IL 60134
Tuesday thru Saturday 11 am - 4 pm
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Admission includes 3 Galleries: $3/Person, $2/Children ages 3-10, FREE/Museum Members.
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