A spur-of-the-moment visit to The Sandbox can be just as rewarding as a planned visit. Either way, talk to you child about what they will see. Find out what excites them and relate what is being learned in school to their visit. Review the operating policies to be sure your child understands safety and behavior rules.

During your visit, follow your children’s lead. Try to relate facts about the exhibits to what your child already knows. Encourage the use of IMAGINATION.

Process your experience when you return home. Find out what your child learned during the visit and what might be of interest the next time you and your child visit.

Policies and Procedures:

All visitors will demonstrate respect for museum property.

All Visitors will honor the property by consuming food/drinks on the museum porch only, discarding waste in designated receptacles. Strollers are not allowed in the museum.

Children must be with their parent/caregiver at all times and must not be in any given area without the adult supervision. For example, one child may not be in the upstairs loft alone while the parent/caregiver is downstairs with another child.

Your visit to The Sandbox is an opportunity for parents/caregivers and children to play and interact with one another. Please do not use this time to conduct business or talk on the phone while your child is waiting to play with you.

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