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World Awareness Children Museum

Central Adirondack Trail, U.S. Highway 9, near Glens Falls in Warren County

An educational institution fostering knowledge and appreciation of world cultures through exhibitions, interactive programming, the International Youth Art Exchange and educator-led tours.

Since 1995, committed to using art conceived through the eyes of children to promote peace and understanding among people of the world, enjoy interactive cultural exhibitions, participate in the International Youth Art Exchange (ARTex) program, exhibition and special events, with plenty of membership, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities. The museum is at 174 Glen Street in downtown Glens Falls.

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Closest Community:

Glens Falls

Closest Byway:Central Adirondack Trail
Distance from Byway:on
Closest Route #:U.S. Highway 9
Best Time:

Any time is a great time for a visit because of their revolving exhibits of local, regional, national and international children's art. New events take place almost every week.

Indoors or Outdoors:indoor
Admission Fee:no
ADA Compliance:yes
Restroom Available:yes
Bus Parking:yes
Latitude:43.309844
Longitude:-73.639805
How to Find:

temporarily at 79 Warren Street while their permanent home is remodeled.

URL:World Awareness Children Museum website

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