This is how our tour is set up:
The toddlers and pre-school age children will tour the Un-Museum, children K-6 will tour the fabric exhibition and un-museum, teens will tour the fabric exhibition. After, we will all gather in the A-Z Art Lab for a hands-on art project. (They will have a couple of different ones to choose from, geared towards older and younger.) The whole program lasts about 1 1/2 hours. When our tour is over, families are free to explore the rest of the museum on their own if they choose.
After the tour, if the weather’s nice, we may head down to Sawyer Point to play and eat lunch.
I am not responsible for these directions. They come from their web site and are provided as a convenience.
Contemporary Art Center
6th and Walnut Streets.Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio 513-345-8400
From the northeast [In Ohio coming south on 1-71]
I-71 south to Third Street exit.
Follow Third Street to Main Street.
Turn right on Main Street.
Proceed three blocks north to Sixth Street.
Turn left onto Sixth Street.
The Contemporary Arts Center is at the corner of Sixth and Walnut.
We have visited the CAC two other times and each time it is a new and exciting experience. A few new families joined us, it is always great to meet other homeschoolers! It was great to meet another pregnant mom (due in June) working on baby #5, there seems to be an automatic kinship amongst those of us with larger families! The kids had an absolute blast, I was tired and spent a lot of time just sitting and socializing, so Emily took charge of taking pictures. Here is the museum through her eyes!