Free Admission to Seattle Children’s Museum – April 18
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Looking for things to do with your kids in Seattle? Make your way down to the Seattle Children’s Museum on Thursday, April 18 for “Pajama Day” — a perfect day to grab your slippers and bring your little one to the museum in jammies. Kids still in their “bedtime bests” earn free admission. This special event will be celebrated with stories and songs, popcorn ball-making, star gazing and more. The Pajama Party happens all day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum’s Scholastic Book Fair is also happening April 12 through 22, and for every book that is purchased, Scholastic will donate one book to Page Ahead Literacy Programs.
To earn free admission, children must be in jammies and accompanied by a paying adult (admission is $8.25). There is a limit of two free admissions per paying adult. And don’t forget to grab shoes or slippers; feet must be covered while you are in the museum.
To learn more about this event, CLICK HERE to go to www.thechildrensmuseum.org/pajama-day.
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