BOX ELDER, S.D. — The City of Box Elder introduced plans this week to construct a youngsters’s museum.
No location has been set but, however the City says they’re working with builders to discover the absolute best spot for the Black Hills Children’s Museum. The museum will function interactive and immersive reveals that target themes associated to the Black Hills.
“I feel it’s going to be a museum for kids of all ages, and the thrilling half for me is seeing that it’s going to be geared to themes of the Black Hills, these themes that all of us acknowledge, similar to geology, mining, paleontology, outside actions – searching, fishing, mountaineering,” says Matthew Connor, public data officer, for the City of Box Elder. “We suppose it’s actually going to be a terrific match for the Black Hills group.”
Connor says they hope to have building began within the subsequent yr, with a focused opening date two years out. Now the following step is to work on the funding.
“We’re going to search for group sponsors – company, small enterprise, private, or particular person sponsors – not just for the constructing, however for the reveals inside, the points of interest, in addition to the particular occasions we plan to maintain within the museum,” Connor says.
The City hopes that the funding won’t solely present a essential attraction for kids and households, however will spur financial progress and enhance the standard of life for space residents.