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London Regional Children's Museum to find new home in old Kellogg's plant

Thursday, May 31, 2018 1:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

 Founded in 1978 by Londoner Carol Johnston, it became the first children's museum in Canada. The London Regional Children's Museum is moving from its current location on Wharncliffe Road to the old Kellogg's cereal plant in the city's east-end, according to its founder and first executive director Carol Johnston. 

It brings to an end a nearly four year search for a new home after the private, non-profit organization's board of directors sold its current home to London developer Shmuel Farhi for $2.1 million in 2014. 

Johnston said the museum's new home will be on the fourth floor inside the old Kellogg's cereal plant on Dundas Street. Read more.


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