Kidzu Children’s Museum, 201 S Estes Drive, Chapel Hill, is not open for regular visits at this time. Keep reading for information on virtual events, how to rent the whole museum, and the admission prices when it re-opens.
Virtual Pi Day with Kidzu
Sunday, March 14th, 2021, at 2 p.m., join Kidzu online for Virtual Pi Day:
Come one, come all! Junior mathematicians are invited to celebrate the endless magic of math at this LIVE pi(e)-filled event! Join Kidzu Children’s Museum to learn how pi relates to a circle and use your coding skills to create a bracelet. Listen to a story time and follow along as we use math to make a delicious pie. We’ll end with an activity to get us all moving!
Virtual Pi Day with Kidzu will be on Sunday, March 14th at 2:00pm and facilitated through Zoom.
Registration is required: 54943.blackbaudhosting.com/54943/Virtual-Pi-Day-with-Kidzu. Family registration is $8 and includes a secure Zoom link for viewing access as well as two kits of materials to use during the program. Additional materials kits are available for $1. Can’t join us at the LIVE time? All registrants will receive a link to view the entire program once it’s over.
Virtual Events from Kidzu Children’s Museum
Kidzu’s Virtual Supported Playgroups
Wednesdays from January 20th to March 24th, 2021
9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Kidzu Children’s Museum’s new Early Learning Environment, the Nest, is the only Orange County Affiliate hosting Kaleidoscope Play & Learn Supported Playgroups for children ages birth – 3 and their caregivers.
Kidzu’s FREE virtual supported playgroups connect infants, toddlers, and caregivers with one another through guided learning activities. With a focus on caregiver and child health and wellness, playgroups integrate early literacy and STEM activities into daily routines.
Registration is required and is on a rolling basis. While attendance at all sessions is encouraged, it is not mandatory. Register here: https://www.kidzuchildrensmuseum.org/project/the-nest/
Kidzu Re-opening Plan
Kidzu has’t totally reopened yet. They are inviting members to visit certain times, and are offering a chance to rent out the museum. Read about the re-opening plan here.
During normal times (that is, not now), admission is:
- $8.50 for adults
- $8.50 for children over 12 months
- Free for children 11 months and under
- Free for members
- $3 for EBT/SNAP cardholders
- $7 for seniors 65+
- $7 for military families
Prices don’t include tax.
Pay What You Can Day: During normal times, the first Sunday of every month is “Pay What You Can” day. Donations are appreciated, and maybe you’d like to “pay it forward” if you can, but it really is ok to just pay what you can.
Learn about more free days at Triangle museums.
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Upcoming free and cheap things for kids to do
Check out our big list of upcoming free and cheap things for kids to do in the Triangle, or take a brief look at some of them here:
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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