cMoe will once again allow families to explore the museum for free in April.

The Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville, or cMoe as it is more commonly known, is a popular place to enjoy some indoor time with the kids exploring, learning, and playing in downtown Evansville. The museum features three floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, culture, and health. My personal favorite exhibit at cMoe is the Quack Factory. The interactive museum if full of some awesome exhibits that are fun for everyone in the family. That's why cMoe is inviting your family to come on out, have some fun, and make memories for free this April.

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Family Free Night at cMoe!

Once again, the Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville will be hosting a Family Free Night on April 6, 2023. What is a Family Free Night? It's a night when all admission fees are waived and families are able to come to the Museum and the experience it has to offer. Free Family Nights are a part of the Museum's Access for All programs ensuring all children and families have access to cMoe's hands-on, interactive learning environment.

The next Family Free Night at cMoe will be held on Thursday, April 6th, from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm. According to cMoe, the last admittance is at 7:30 pm. All children must be accompanied by an adult age 18 or over. You can learn more by checking out the post below.

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