COMMUNITY RALLIES BEHIND ABOVE & BEYOND CHILDREN'S MUSEUM TO REOPEN AFTER FACILITY CLOSURE CAUSED BY EXTREME ICE AND WATER DAMAGE
Local Brewery 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. Hosts Family-friendly Fundraiser For Above & Beyond Children’s Museum on January 29Read More
The wait is over! ABCM is now open to the general public.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (June 15, 2021) – Let’s Play! Above & Beyond Children’s Museum reopens for general admission and members on June 17 following more than a year-long facility shut down due to the pandemic. In addition to indoor offerings, the museum continues to host new Play Is Healing events and plans for a new outdoor playground set to open in Spring 2022.
Since closing its doors in March 2020, the museum reopens to the public. The multi-level museum located in downtown Sheboygan will be open Thursday-Sunday from 9am-4pm. Advanced registration will be required for two-hour timeslots and can be made online at www.abkids.org/visit/. Admission is $7 and memberships are available starting at $40. Members, passholders and gift certificates can be used to make a reservation by calling 920-458-4263.
“We are so excited to return to supporting children and families and help them feel comfortable and safe in our indoor spaces once again,” said Jackie Erdman, executive director of Above & Beyond Children's Museum. “The museum is an outlet for truly imaginative play that is critical for children to benefit from as the world heals.”
Above & Beyond Children's Museum Reopens March 13 After Year-Long Closure
New Partnership with Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac Offers Added Benefits to Members and Welcome Back Pass Holders for First Phase of ReopeningRead More
New Play is Healing campaign focuses on health and wellness of youth through the power of play.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (February 23, 2021) – Play Is Healing launches this month as a collaborative initiative of community partners to promote a mindful reset and recess for the mind, body, and spirit with a focus on play as a powerful agent.Read More
Sheboygan has been named "Best Small Town in Wisconsin"
In a recent article on TripSavvy, Sheboygan was named the Best Small Town in Wisconsin! We're proud to be able to serve such a wonderful community.Read More
Our Executive Director Jackie Erdman gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse at what it has been like to lead the museum through the pandemic.
In the Opinion Article in the Sheboygan Press, our Executive Director Jackie Erdman gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it has been like to lead the Museum through a pandemic.Read More
The Happiness Project is featured on Someplace Better!
We'd like to thank Someplace Better for featuring The Happiness Project on their website! Earlier this month, Emily Urban of Someplace Better visited the museum for an interview and captured gorgeous photos of the whale mural. Check out the article here.Read More
THE HAPPINESS PROJECT MURAL AND THEMED PROGRAMMING TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS Post
The Happiness Project launches this summer as a collection of inspired offerings centered on raising awareness for mental health issues facing today’s youth. The Happiness Project is anchored by a large-scale mural in downtown Sheboygan artfully designed to elicit positive emotions and wonder. A collaboration of community members, partners, organizations, and businesses, The Happiness Project is led by local high school student Madeline (Maddie) Green as part of The Innovator Fellowship Program. The mural was completed on June 1 and launches a series of corresponding programming and offerings at Above & Beyond Children’s Museum (ABCM) and throughout Sheboygan County.Read More
Jackie Erdman to Lead Above & Beyond Children's Museum as Executive Director
Above & Beyond Children's Museum (ABCM) announces the appointment of Jacqueline (Jackie) Erdman as Executive Director.Read More
We will be joining schools in temporary closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak
Hello Above & Beyond Children’s Museum community. Emily Rendall-Araujo here, Executive Director.Read More