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Cheyenne Children’s Museum construction nearly complete; facility to open in late 2024

Photo courtesy of Children’s Museum of Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Children’s Museum of Cheyenne nears structural completion due in part to a $250,000 Matching Challenge Grant received from the Hughes Charitable Foundation, according to a news release from the museum on Thursday.

The Children’s Museum of Cheyenne states in the Thursday news release that its mission is to become a one-of-a-kind place in downtown Cheyenne that inspires the love of learning for kids and families through creative, hands-on experiences and play. It’s currently being developed near the corner of 17th Street and O’Neil Avenue.

5R Construction is responsible for building the museum, and its exhibits are being fabricated by BrownKnows Design in Duluth, Minnesota. The building and exhibits will come together in late spring 2024, which will allow the museum to start serving the Cheyenne community later in the year.

To learn more about the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne, visit the museum’s website or contact the museum’s board president, Caroline Veit, at 307-421-4643.