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Kids Night Out at the Museum
Loudoun’s very own agricultural museum invites children to join them for an educational and hands-on evening just for them! Traditionally offered once a month for children 3- to 10-years old, the Heritage Farm Museum opens its’ doors for a night of farm-themed crafts, games, playtime, and even pizza! This drop-off program is a great way for little ones to learn about Loudoun County’s farming history while providing opportunities for plenty of hands-on interaction!
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The cost of the Kids Night drop-off event is less than $20 per child and runs from 6-9 pm on the second Saturday of each month. Upcoming 2017 dates include March 11, April 8, and May 13. Preregistration and prepayment are required.
At the Heritage Farm Museum, you’ll have the opportunity to explore exhibits, some featuring hands-on activities that support and promote the farming history of Loudoun County. Your children will enjoy educational play time on Claude Moore Children’s Farm, an area designed for kids to touch and play. Milk a life-like cow, collect eggs from the chickens, and ride the faux Equi-ponies. The Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum is a place to literally get your hands on history!
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