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“Play Late for Less” at Marbles Kids Museum

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Pro tip: Tickets frequently sell out and day-of museum admission may not be available, so reserve your tickets in advance online.

Photo provided by Marbles Kids Museum

Attention, parents — Did you know you and your littles can discover the joy of Marbles Kids Museum for half the price every week?

From Monday to Friday, skip the afternoon slump and enjoy half-off admission after 3 p.m. during Play Late for Less, sponsored by Terminix.

Bonus: Take advantage of even more time to explore during extended play hours until 7 p.m. on Thursdays.

Advance tickets are required (and may sell out), so start planning your visit.

Your kids will thank you

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