Earlier in January, we spilled the beans about one of Michigan’s best-kept secrets – the Michigan Activity Pass. If you missed that blog post, you can check it out here: 
Michigan’s Best Kept Secret: The Michigan Activity Pass

Searching the MAP can be a bit overwhelming since it contains hundreds of locations, but never fear – Wonder and Wander – Jackson is here. Come along with us as we highlight locations included in the Michigan Activity pass in a series we’re calling “The MAP’s Treasures”. 

Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum is the first MAP Treasure we are exploring here on The Adventure Blog. Just a short drive away from Jackson County, Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum provides interactive and hands-on learning experiences for children. Featuring exhibits such as “Block Mountain”, a fully stocked kid’s sized grocery store, a messy art room, and so much more, your kiddos will not want to leave this fun location. 

Admission to Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s museum is reasonably priced, but MAP pass holders receive 50% off the regular admission price! Now that’s a treasure!

Want to secure a MAP pass to visit Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum? Follow these steps, and you’ll be on your way to a fun adventure!

  1. Head to the Michigan Activity Pass website
  2. Select “Plan Your Next Activity”
  3. Input the required information and search terms
  4. Select the listing for Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum, select the date you want to visit and click “Request Pass.”
  5. Input the required information, and voila!

You will need to have your library card number handy, which you can find on your Jackson District Library card, or in the JDL app. If you don’t have a library card, you can visit this link to sign up today.

For more information on Kid ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum, head to their website:
(Be sure to read their snow day policies and covid policies while you are there!)
Image credit: Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum Website and Facebook Page

The MAP’s Treasures: Navigating the Michigan Activity Pass – Featuring Kid ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum

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