Children's Museum of Bozeman
The Children's Museum of Bozeman, housed in its current building in 2008, provides hands-on interactive exhibits and educational programs to help foster children's imagination, curiosity, and self-confidence. It is a 4,600 square foot facility that has classroom in addition to the the exhibit space. Programming includes summer camps, after school programs, and educational programs.
Backstory and Context
The museum was founded in 2001 by Bozeman residents Penny Murray and Nicki Young. They began to increase awareness of the need for a children's museum by displaying interactive exhibits at parades, farmers markets, and community events. Eventually, the museum has grown to what it is today.
"History and Mission," http://www.cmbozeman.org/our-story. Retrieved 4-30-15.