Enjoy a visit to the brand new, cutting-edge makerspace that is The Magic House @ MADE during its new Free Family Nights. Located in the Central West End, this 7,000 square-foot makerspace is designed for kids ages 4-14 to play, explore, create and collaborate. Visitors have a chance to "paint" on the digital easel, use a pottery wheel to create a clay creation, design for a 3D printer, launch air rockets, build robots and circuits and more!
Free Family Nights at The Magic House @ MADE are sponsored by St. Louis Children's Hospital and held on the third Friday of every month. There is free admission for families (up to two adults and four of their own children) from 5 to 8 p.m. Due to capacity regulations, space is limited and reentry is not allowed. Reservations are not required.
More information: magichouse.org/made
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