Founded in 1913 Boston’s Children’s Museum attracts more than 400,000 visitors each year. Its Located on Children’s Wharf along the Fort point channel and is the Boston second oldest children’s museum in the United States.
Kids will love climbing the New balance foundation climbing frame, navigating through a gigantic maze, and creating their very own artwork, they will have so much fun playing they wont even realise how much they are learning.
On the ground floor of the museum the new Kid Power exhibit explores health and fitness. It consists of a Bikes, climbing walls and an interactive light-up dance floor to jump and stand on. Kids can also learn about currents by steering boats through a 28-foot reproduction of the Fort Point Channel in Boats afloat.
If your child dreams of being a pilot then they will absolutely love the model cockpit in the Arthur’a world exhibit.
For under-threes, there’s the Play space that is much smaller and has toddler-friendly amusements such as toy trains and an aquarium, as well as a special room for feeding babies. Your kids most certainly won’t get board here!
Please note there is space for parking peaks but this does get full pretty quickly.