Wordless Wednesday – A ‘Hands On’ Museum Experience

This Wordless Wednesday features our family outing this past weekend to a local children’s museum, Imagine That!!! located in Florham Park, New Jersey.  These are great places where kids can run around, experience and actually touch different things.  At this museum there were so many great interactive exhibits including an art/paint area, music, dance, puppets, archeology, TV studio, vet office and post office, among others.  It is sort of like a HUGE indoor playground and was a great way for the kidlets to burn off some energy. They are so much fun, so much so that I get right on in there with my kidlets and play with them, making me a kid again, at least for a little while.

Both of my kidlets LOVE music and enjoy playing with instruments.  The two of them were fighting over who would bang the drum first, as you can see, my daughter won!

I told my son this is the closest he’ll ever come to riding a motorcycle in my lifetime!

My son is one of my knights in shining armor (the Hubs is the other!)

My daughter kept getting into this brick-red, vintage WV Beetle, here she’s telling mom not to be a backseat driver!

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    • TheHarriedMom says

      It was, in an old warehouse – I guess to be big enough to fit in an actual small plane, old fire engine, a VW Beetle and a replica of a monster truck!

    • TheHarriedMom says

      This is just a local one, the Please Touch Museum in Philly is a great one too. They certainly are a lot of fun both for the kids, but for us too!

    • TheHarriedMom says

      It lasted about six seconds, long enough to take the picture before my daughter wanted off. I guess she didn’t like the way her brother was driving!

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