Big Idea: Stroller Tours Allow Caregivers, Children to Enjoy McClung Museum

Big Orange Big IdeasThe staff at the Frank H. McClung Museum has come up with a way for caregivers to enjoy the museum’s offerings without the worry of their children disrupting other visitors.

They’ve created the Stroller Tour. Parents, caregivers, squirming babies, and toddlers are invited to the first one on Monday, October 22. It will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the museum’s Decorative Arts Gallery.

It is the first in a monthly series of free stroller tours. All tours will be led by museum educators and will take place in a different gallery each month, exposing guests to a variety of the McClung’s exhibitions and collections. The tours will last about thirty minutes with fifteen minutes of time for questions.

Future tour dates and topics are November 12 (Zen Art) and December 10 (Ancient Egypt).

The tours are free and open to the public but are first come, first serve and require registration. For more information or to register, visit the museum’s Eventbrite page or contact Abby Naunheimer at 865-974-2144 or anaunhei@utk.edu.

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