Children’s Museum of La Crosse looks to the public for improvement ideas

For nearly two decades, the Children’s Museum of La Crosse has given nearly one million visitors a chance to explore their creativity.

But, over the years, that traffic has caused some wear and tear on the building.

The Museum is now asking your advice on how to fix it in the future.

With the help of a consulting firm, the museum created a survey to find out people’s concerns. and ideas on how to improve their experience at the museum.  

“We want to stay new. We want to stay fresh. We are looking at changing out some of our exhibits, we’re looking at possibly a rooftop space, working on the front facade of the museum that hasn’t been redone in 17 years,” said Executive Director for the Museum, Anne Snow.

If you want to add your input, head to  

The museum will use your ideas to decide if there’s enough support to start a capital campaign.