Little Buckeye Children’s Museum and the Malabar Farm Foundation are proud to announce the grand-opening of a new Malabar Farm exhibit at Little Buckeye Children’s Museum. The exhibit will be open to the public starting on Wednesday, May 15.

At the Malabar Farm exhibit, children can pretend to be farmers and care for all kinds of (stuffed) farm animals from cows, to sheep, to chickens and more. Children can “feed” the animals, collect the eggs, “ride” the horses and even be a beekeeper. And of course, the exhibit could not be complete without the Malabar farm silo and the well-recognized barn door mural.’

Little Buckeye Children’s Museum is located at 44 West Fourth Street in downtown Mansfield.

Source: Little Buckeye Children’s Museum; Photo: Creative Commons License

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