The Sloan Museum is located in the Flint Cultural Center. It has many exhibits detailing the history of Flint. We spent the night there for a Girl Scout outing so we had hands-on participation with many of the exhibits. When we were there the main exhibits were the Bugs! and the Pierson Doll Collection, both of which were amazing. The great thing about this museum is the diversity of the exhibits, which they are constantly adding to. And quite a few of them are hands-on exhibits. You can hear the phone ring and talk to someone from the UAW sit-down strike in 1936. You can view and live a day in the life of a dinosaur, play in a grocery store or follow the history of Flint in every aspect from the 1950's to present day. And cars! Any automobile lover will be fascinated by the antique cars on exhibit. A great place for the family to spend a Saturday!
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