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June 19, 2014

Terre Haute Children’s Museum celebrates summer with special birthday party rate

The summer months are always filled with outdoor parties and gatherings, but anyone who lives in the Midwest knows that those parties can be ruined in an instant by a hot or rainy day.

So, whether you’re planning a birthday party, baby shower or family reunion, let the Terre Haute Children’s Museum provide you with a fun, affordable and weather-proof party solution. With the museum’s help, your party will take the cake, but it won’t leave you cleaning up one crumb.

The Terre Haute Children’s Museum is a bold, vibrant and fun venue that offers a unique experience in the heart of downtown Terre Haute. Featuring three floors of colorful, interactive exhibits, much of your decorating and entertainment is already done. Best of all, your party at the museum provides funds that support our exhibit and education programs, and brings new audiences to the award-winning facility. Your great party helps a great cause.

And, during the summer months, the Terre Huate Children’s Museum is offering a special birthday party rate. Book a party for 20 people in June, July or August, and it’s only $99. That’s a private party room for one hour and admission for 20 people for just $99.

Adults can even party like a kid at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Yes, the museum loves helping its guests host great birthday parties, but it’s also a super space for whimsical weddings, festive family reunions, comical corporate events, and out-of-the-ordinary fun.

Treat your family and friends to an evening they will never forget at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum. From private birthday celebrations to holiday parties, sophisticated black-tie affairs, unique wedding rehearsal dinners, and corporate gatherings, you and your guests will be magically transformed into kids again. Private, after-hours facility rentals start at just $500, and the museum offers affordable rates for birthday parties and meetings during regular business hours as well.

Let the Terre Haute Children’s Museum deliver an experience that you and your guests will be talking about for years to come. For more information, or to reserve your party today, call 812-235-5548 or email

The Terre Haute Children’s Museum, at the corner of Eighth Street and Wabash Avenue in downtown Terre Haute, is a nonprofit institution dedicated to enriching children’s lives through the exploration of science and technology. To learn more about opportunities to partner with the Children’s Museum, contact Lynn Hughes at or 812-235-5548. More information about the museum is also available online at,, and

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