National Museum of the Great Lakes announces expansion, change in leadership

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The National Museum of the Great Lakes announced an upcoming expansion as well as a change in leadership during their annual State of the Museum update, changes that come during the organization’s “second wave of growth,” according to a press release.

Museum leadership said the recent opening of the Glass City Metropark has increased the museum’s local visibility and gave them the confidence to move forward with a 5,000 square foot expansion. The physical expansion, which will cost an estimated $5.5 million, will include additional permanent exhibit space, dedicated room for temporary exhibits and a new Great Lakes Community Education Center, leadership said.

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