For over 25 years, Cape Cod Children’s Museum has been a valuable resource to the Cape Cod community, including our Military Families stationed at Joint Base Cape Cod, and USCG Sector Southeastern New England. As the only children’s museum on the Cape and Islands, Cape Cod Children’s Museum is deeply vested in early childhood development and school readiness programs offered at the museum and in partnership with local educators.
Thanks to a generous pledge from the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation in the amount of $10,000 per year for the next five years, Cape Cod Children’s Museum is pleased to be able to provide free admission to military personnel and their children.
“Cape Cod Children’s Museum has always been committed to our military members, and we couldn’t be more enthusiastic about the generous support that now allows us to completely waive admission for all military family members ,” said Barbara Cotton, Executive Director. “Cape Cod Children’s Museum is a valuable resource for Cape families and visitors; all kids deserve a childhood filled with the balanced and active play needed to thrive. We are so grateful to be able to offer our military families the chance to experience our wonderful exhibits and programs free of charge.”
“On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors,” said Don Cox, President of the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation, “we are pleased to announce a joint venture that will benefit all our military families on Cape Cod & the Islands. Both active duty and retired military will be able to continue enjoying the treasures that exist at the Cape Cod Children’s Museum. As we join forces with the Cape Cod Children’s Museum, together we will enhance the quality of education, fitness, and entertainment available to our military families.”