Monday, June 16 2014
A 53,000-square-foot Children's Science Center is coming to Loudoun County, planners of the interactive exhibit and museum announced at a May 6 news conference.
Northern Virginia's first Children Science Center will be constructed in the heart of the long-stalled Kincora development, located near the convergence of Route 7 and Route 28 in eastern Loudoun. Kincora donated the land for the nonprofit center, and officials with Kincora said the museum corresponds with the development's vision to be at the “crossroads of commerce and knowledge.”
The Children's Science Center announcement allows “Northern Virginia, the largest metropolitan region without a children's museum or science center, to finally offer world class facilities for hands-on, experiential learning to resident families, students and visitors to the region,” according CSC board member Jill McNabb.
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