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Toddlers get the chance to experience Docent-led gallery tours designed specifically for them.
ToddlerTime Tours, a collaboration between the Museum and the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, will serve as a sequel to the popular Baby Tours and provide toddlers a two-part, multi-sensory experience with works of art.
First, caregivers or parents and their children ages 18 to 36 months can attend a Library storytime themed to connect with a Museum painting; the next week, they’ll get to see it during a hands-on tour at the Museum, engaging with interactive learning materials (like fabrics and wooden blocks) that help bring the work to life. A children’s librarian will be on hand for an in-gallery story experience to complete the tour.
Pre-registration is required, but caregivers or parents can choose to attend one or both programs.
Check back soon for more information about future tours.
Please note: Toddlers must be accompanied by caregiver or parent for duration of tour. Admission to the Museum and tour is free; parking is free for members, $5 per vehicle for non-members.
Toddlertime Tours is a collaboration with the Toledo Lucas County Public Library. The library system is celebrating 175 years of service to Northwest Ohio. Home to the fifth largest collection in the state of Ohio, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library offers something for everyone.