This is the Hardin Center’s eighth year to host Let it Snow. The highlight of the children’s exhibit is an area filled with a material that resembles and feels like real snow. The snow is made of a non-toxic polymer material that feels cool to the touch but won’t get visitors wet. Children can play in the snow, slide down a snow slide, play in the snow castle bounce house, and slide around in their socks on an ice rink. The snow slide is made from a slick material that competition skiers use during the off season and the ice rink is a polished plastic surface that hockey players use for practice. Let it Snow is primarily designed for younger children, ages toddler through the third grade.
Regular all-day admission for Let it Snow is $8 per person and includes Imagination Place Children’s Museum, Festival of Trees XXIX (through December 31), the 72′ model railroad of Gadsden in the 1940s, and the Hardin Center’s art exhibitions. Admission is free for Hardin Center members and for children under 24 months. Let it Snow ends January 31, 2020. All exhibits are open 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday, and 1 pm – 5 pm on Sunday. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Field trip reservations are available for schools and groups. For more information call (256) 543-2787, ext. 31 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let it Snow is sponsored by Exchange Bank.