Children’s Museum, What to Expect?

I’m a huge fan of Mister Roger’s Neighborhood. In fact I used to watch this show everyday when I was pregnant with Jake. Back then we did not have cable and the only channel we can watch was the WQTV and the pittsburgh channel. I have seen almost all the episode of Mister Roger’s Neighborhood. And when I was at the children’s museum and saw this shoes of Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, I instantly took a picture of it and was fascinated at how they able to keep it there. Well, Mister Roger’s Neighbood was a really a big thing.

There are so many things to see at the Children’s museum that kids would love and enjoy. I even enjoy taking pictures of this monitor. What can you say, it’s fun being kid right?

WHAT TO EXPECT:
The exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh are designed to fire a kid’s imagination, challenge their abilities and teach them to understand the world they live in. The hands-on exhibits, both indoors and out, are designed to appeal to children of all ages, with special areas in each exhibit designed for babies and toddlers. You don’t have to decide between taking the baby to one room and older sister somewhere else! Families can play together in every Children’s Museum exhibit.

At the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh you can make a boat and send it into the rapids and whirlpools in Waterplay, try to keep your balance in the Gravity Room, visit Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, get behind the wheel of a MINI Cooper car, learn how to build with wood and circuits in the Workshop, and create silkscreen prints, paint, or sculpt with clay in the multimedia Studio. A “Backyard” exhibit adds outside fun (what kid can resist playing with water, rocks and mud?) during warmer months.Article source: http://pittsburgh.about.com

 
 

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