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What was once the home of the general superintendent of Western Union Telegraph, the Stager-Beckwith mansion was one of the first opulent estates to be built along Euclid Avenue, known as Millionaire’s Row during the 19th century.
But like many things in Cleveland, what’s old is new again. And, that couldn’t be a more perfect narrative behind the famous mansion’s newest generation of dwellers — children.
After more than $10 million in renovations, the Victorian-style mansion became home to the Children’s Museum of Cleveland. So instead of housing antiques and art collections, the mansion is home to a massive interactive playground and a kid-friendly water lab (among many other things).
Northeast Ohio's premier destination for young children to learn through play with interactive exhibits in an environment designed to excite, enrich...