Just thought I'd pass this along . . . .
The Columbus Museum of Art received a grant that has allowed them to offer free admission every day of the week for the rest of this month. Parking is free in the museum lot. If it is full, there are meters nearby.
I'd like to encourage those of you with children you might think are too young for the museum to stop by & check it out. I took my kids (6&9) for the time last winter & there was plenty to interest them. "No touching." Yes, I repeated that lots but there are many opportunities to touch--including a children's room on the main floor where children can create a face on a giant magnetic head, customize a fort, work with clay, make mobiles and more. Other rooms had a battleship game on a table free for the playing, magnetic shapes for creating your own landscape, & a variety of other art stations.
The museum is free on Sunday year round. I'd always avoided that figuring there'd be crowds & my kids would crash into the elderly. So this free admission for the rest of the month, esp. as schooled children return, is a great chance to check it out.