APPLETON - The children's museum in Appleton has transformed into a town of safety.
The Building for Kids is hosting "Safety Town."
The exhibit focuses on street safety.
Children can ride a big wheel through an obstacle course.
They can also decorate their own safety sign and hard hat to take home.
Organizers say the event shows children that they can have fun while being safe.
"The safety rules, we try to enforce when there are adults and the parents in the exhibit with them. We encourage them to remind the children to stop at the crosswalk, and to reinforce the messages of the signs on the walls," said Bobbi Schmidt with the Building for Kids.
The museum is open from 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and noon to 5:00 on Sunday.
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