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The Manitoba Children’s Museum is getting a special place on the map.
The musem has been labelled a "must-see" destination from Rand McNally, America’s largest map maker.
Rand McNally announced the designation today for their 2010 Road Atlas.
The atlas includes helpful trip-planning tools such as a list of the five Best of the Road trips, as well as editor’s picks. The Children’s Museum is one of a handful of stops identified on a trip through Manitoba and North Dakota.
"We are thrilled that Rand McNally recommends the Manitoba Children’s Museum in the 2010 Road Atlas," said Lisa Dziedzic, the museum’s director of marketing and communications, in a release. "It’s an honour to know that people traveling in Manitoba can see us on the map and enjoy our children’s museum along their way."
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