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September 15th, 2004

Austin's Children Museum may get a new, much bigger home

Abstract:
The museum's current location, at 201 Colorado Street in downtown Austin, lacks the space to take on large projects, and Juan Garcia, president of the museum, hopes the new building will fix this situation. "One definite thing we will add are exhibits focusing on science and technology today, specifically, biotechnology and nanotechnology," Garcia said.

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