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The Ever-Changing Stepping Stones Children's Museum

A unique interactive children's museum inspires children of all ages to learn, right in the Heart of Norwalk.

Stepping Stones Children Museum at Mathew's Park offers a fun learnng experience for children through their everchanging exhibits. 

Manirah Agans, education manager at Stepping Stones said, "Education is always changing and morphing so we try to have something for everyone," in regards to their ever-changing and travelling exhibits and the wide age range of children the museum caters to. 

The museum ofers a hands on learning experience through exhibits like Energy Lab, Tot Town, Build It!, Healthyville, and ColorCoaster. Plus travelling exhibits, like the current attraction Run!Jump!Fly!

In the spirit of change, stepping Stones anticipate's the arrival of a new travelling exhibit this summer — Blue Man Group's — Making Waves. The exciting new exhibit is said to be, "a playful, multisensory exploration of sound and interactive entertainment for the whole family."

Stepping Stones also boasts a mutimedia gallery, "Celebration" courtyard, Art studio, Science lab, community garden, garden follies, and a family and teacher resource center. 

Will Jeffries, a play explorer at Stepping Stones says the children's museum serves 500 or more people on average per day, and 1,000 or more on school breaks. The facility is beyond capable of handling the volume of guests with ease. 

For more information about Stepping Stones: 

Visit www.steppingstonesmuseum.org or call 203-899-0606 ext. 228.

Allen Despres February 21, 2012 at 12:42 PM
Stepping Stones constantly manipulates the politicians of Norwalk, demanding more and moe parking in Mathews Park. It is like a cancer on that park land. It should never have been built. It is an eyesore, as well as being overpriced. I am disgusted with the way the media around here, panders to it, and glorifies it's enequities. Allen Despres, Life time resident of Norwalk

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