PHOTOS: Children descend on Wonderground at Madison Children’s Museum | Local News
Much of the downtown real estate at Madison Children’s Museum has been sitting idle for years – until now. The corner of the property at E. Dayton and N. Hamilton housed a dilapidated parking structure long considered unsuitable for use, and staff had even stopped walking through it for fear it would collapse. In April, the museum demolished the lot, and on Saturday it inaugurated the new space: Wonderground.
Fantastic 10,000 square foot children’s play area filled with places to climb, nestle and explore, Wonderground is the museum’s largest expansion since moving to its current location at 100 N. Hamilton in 2010. The museum celebrates the new space with a weekend event called WonderPalooza, with musical performances, art activities, dance workshops and, of course, lots of play time.
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