For Salem residents, when their neighborhoods get busy in October, it can be the perfect time to venture to neighboring towns for activities. On October 27th and 28th, North Shore Children’s Museum in Peabody will offer up to 150 Salem residents 50% off their admission. This special deal is made possible thanks to a generous donation from Creative Collective.
“The North Shore Children’s Museum is a significant and valuable addition to Downtown Peabody, serving as a regional catalyst for inclusive, creative, and equitable programming for our younger generations. The Museum’s team has shown unwavering dedication in creating an exceptional experience for families from all backgrounds. We are privileged to support their initiative and extend the opportunity for our Salem friends to explore activities beyond the city limits, particularly during the final week of Haunted Happenings,” remarked John Andrews, founder of Creative Collective, a regional business support and consultancy agency.
Tickets are on sale now at www.nschildrensmuseum.org/buy-tickets and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Salem residents can simply reserve tickets online for any play session on October 27th or 28th and then show proof of residency upon arrival to the museum.
“We are located just 11 minutes from downtown Salem so this partnership is a no-brainer. Creative Collective has been a stellar partner since our inception a year ago and we are so grateful for this gift to encourage even more visitors from Salem,” said museum director, Ali Haydock.
North Shore Children’s Museum is located at 10 Main Street in Peabody, in an easy-to-access location with numerous public lots nearby. Ideal for ages 2-8, NSCM believes in learning through play and boasts 15 interactive exhibits with themes from comics to outer space to ocean life and everything in between. NSCM recently celebrated its first anniversary and hopes to do more discounted days in the year ahead.
Please reach out to Ali Haydock at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions concerning this press release.