Current half-price deals on RichmondForLess.com include:
4 single day admissions to the Children’s Museum of Richmond for $18 (reg. $9 per person) NOTE: Passes must be picked up in person at RichmondForLess office 3245 Basie Rd during business hours Mon-Fri
Take advantage of our amazing exhibits and activities that facilitate learning and joy through play. CMoR’s exhibits help children recognize and build on what is familiar and allow them to make new connections between experiences, people and places that surround them. CMoR’s exhibits are also designed to foster creativity and problem solving!
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Note: adults will still be $8 admission ($7 for seniors) on those days
Target Family Nights continue from 5-7:30pm on the third Friday of each month at Children’s Museum Central location.
Richmond For Less has a deal for a family 4-pack of tickets to the Chilidren’s Museum of Richmond for $16 ($32 value)
The catch: passes must be picked up in person at 3245 Basie Rd I Richmond, VA I 23228 between Monday – Friday 8:30 Am – 5:00 PM (this is Clear Channel’s office in the West End)
This offer excludes special programming and events. Limit one per customer and not to be combined with any other offer.
This is the cheapest week to get your photo taken with Legendary Santa at C-MOR – photo packages are 50% off December 1-5. (Visiting Santa is free, as is the Genworth Holiday Village exhibit. Regular Children’s Museum admission applies if you choose to visit the rest of the museum)
The Chesterfield branch of the Children’s of Museum of Richmond is holding a free grand opening event tomorrow afternoon to celebrate the new “Pit Stop” exhibit:
Join us for the grand opening of the new Pit Stop Exhibit at CMoR Chesterfield!
NASCAR Driver Hermie Sadler will be there to cut the ribbon and present the new traveling exhibit to the community!
Admission is FREE!
When: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Where: CMoR Chesterfield
6629 Lake Harbour Drive, Midlothian, VA 23112
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
The new exhibit is a Richmond International Raceway-themed display that will travel among the museum’s three locations. It features four interactive components that will engage kids and adults, including:
The Flag Stand: Explanation of what each of the NASCAR flags means
Half Car: Sit inside an actual NASCAR race car that was driven in competition
Build Your Own Racecar: Explore how racecar modification impacts speed
When They Were Young: Historical facts about NASCAR drivers from Virginia
Through the Children’s Museum of Richmond, you can receive FREE admission to next Saturday’s Arena Racing USA event, The Children’s Museum 200. (Regularly $12 for adults and $7 for kids)
Pick up your free tickets at either CMoR location, or for will call orders, call Arena Racing USA at 804-835-5211 ext 3.
The Children’s Museum of Richmond and Arena Racing USA are partnering to bring you a FREE night at the races!
The Children’s Museum of Richmond 200
Saturday, April 7, 2012
at the Richmond Coliseum
Doors open at 6:00 pm for the pre-race fan fest, racing begins at 7:00pm.
Join Seymour at the fan fest in the infield of the racetrack as you walk around the actual racing surface and see the cars up close! Kids and parents will receive free posters and have the chance to meet the drivers and get autographs.
Update: The Children’s Museum shared on my Facebook post that only children receive $.60 admission, adults are still $8
Richmond International Raceway, The NASCAR Foundation and the Children’s Museum of Richmond invite the community to attend its special announcement on Wednesday, March 21 (5:30 p.m.) at the Museum, located at 2626 West Broad Street. The event will be attended by NASCAR driver/Virginia native Elliott Sadler and family, as well as RIR President Dennis Bickmeier and Children’s Museum of Richmond President Karen Coltrane.
The first 200 guests, of all ages, who arrive at the announcement, receive complimentary admission into the Museum, following a brief announcement regarding the partnership. All other guests will be admitted for just 60 cents, in honor of 60 Years of NASCAR at RIR. The special admission hours are 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Several cars will be on display at the Museum all day, including Richard Petty’s car actually driven at Richmond International Raceway in 1991, a 1950s NASCAR stock car and the Richmond International Raceway Pace Car.