The Betty Brinn Children?s Museum provides interactive exhibits as well as educational resources promoting healthy development among children during their formative years. It features hands-on learning experiences that help develop fundamental skills, self-esteem, and coordination with others.
Named after Betty Brinn, a successful businesswoman in Milwaukee who grew up in foster homes and orphanages all over Wisconsin, the Museum has now become a landmark in Milwaukee and a significant educational institution for locals and visitors. It is also used by caregivers as a resource center for information on brain development, learning styles, and effective parenting skills during early childhood. It is committed to the providing access to the people in the community, which includes low-income and special needs.
The Museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 9a.m. to 5p.m. and on Sundays from 12p.m. to 5p.m.
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