Little Buckeye Children’s Museum and Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial have announced the grand-opening of a NEW and highly-anticipated Police Station exhibit at Little Buckeye Children’s Museum.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 2 PM and is open to the public, so stop in and be the first to check out this fun, new tribute to our local heroes.

At the Modern Woodmen Police Station, children can dress-up and pretend to be police officers and hand out traffic tickets to any grown-ups not playing by the rules. They can also play FBI agent, take mug shots of the offenders, and finally catch that pesky bank robber and put them in jail.

This new exhibit can be found on the second floor of Little Buckeye Children’s Museum, right next to the new Malabar Farm exhibit which debuted earlier this May.

Source: Little Buckeye Children’s Museum

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