The Cape Cod Children’s Museum is going through some changes—but none of them are due to the recent closing of Cape Cod Child Development, which had merged with the museum back in 2017, before the merger was reversed a year later.

“We merged on paper, but we never really got it off the ground in any form, to be honest,” said Lisa Bates, executive director of the Cape Cod Children’s Museum. “I think whatever happened on their end sort of interfered with whatever good was going to happen on our end with us.”

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