Rosh Hashanah is celebrated by families of Jewish faith each fall to mark the start of the Jewish New Year. Visit the Greensboro Children's Museum on Sunday, September 29 to learn about this Jewish holiday and its traditions. Special guests Temple Emanuel and Robert Jacobs of Guilford County Beekeepers will join us to lead hands-on, informative activities throughout the day. See below for a list of programs and activities. Museum hours on Sunday are 1p to 5p. Admission is $5 (plus sales tax, per person). All activities are included with admission. The Greensboro Children’s Museum is located at 220 N Church St. in the cultural district of downtown Greensboro.