Free Admission for Veterans at the Cade

By Lindsey Johnson

The Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention celebrates Veterans Day on November 11th with free admission for both active duty and veterans from 12 – 5 p.m.

Dr. Robert “Bob” Cade was also a veteran, serving in the Navy until September 1948 with the rank of pharmacist’s mate third class.

The museum offers messy experiments, engaging demonstrations, games and crafts that are entertaining for all ages, from making slime in the Creativity Lab to exploring the world of Virtual Reality in the Fab Lab and building life-sized creations with PolyCade in the Rotunda. Both adults and children alike will enjoy the nostalgia and fun of the museum’s current theme, Toys and Games, which tells the story behind inventions related to play, from Play-Doh and Lincoln Logs to Atari and Nintendo.

Bring your active and retired military friends to the museum to enjoy a day of exploration, invention, innovation and celebration of service.

PolyCade Exhibit

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