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Have breakfast with Santa at the Grand Rapids Public Museum

Tickets include breakfast with Santa, a free planetarium show “Let it Snow,” admission to the Brain: The World Inside Your Head exhibit and general admission for the day.
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/Courtesy of the Grand Rapids Public Museum

The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) will once again be hosting Breakfast with Santa for families this December. The program offers a special opportunity for families to enjoy a holiday breakfast, as well as take pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus in the Museum on Saturday, December 2.

Breakfast with Santa is an exclusive event for only 200 people to skip the lines and meet Santa and Mrs. Claus, as well as enjoy a holiday breakfast at the Museum. Tickets include this experience, a free planetarium show “Let it Snow,” admission to the Brain: The World Inside Your Head exhibit and general admission for the day. Breakfast will include eggs, pancakes, pastries, coffee and juice.

There will be two different sessions, one at 8:30 a.m. and at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 2, 2017. Tickets are $30 per person ages 3 and older, and free for children 2 and under. To purchase tickets or for additional information visit www.grpm.org

Proceeds from the ‘Breakfast with Santa’ fundraiser support the exhibits and programs of the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

Grand Rapids Public Museum

The Grand Rapids Public Museum is an invaluable, publicly-owned institution that is home to more than 250,000 unique artifacts that tell the history of Kent County and beyond, houses the only planetarium in the region, and is responsible for protecting the Norton Indian Mounds, a national historic landmark. The Grand Rapids Public Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, with its main location in downtown Grand Rapids, MI at 272 Pearl Street, NW. For additional information including hours of operation, admission fees and exhibit/event listings, please visit www.grpm.org.

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