As a museum educator myself, I know how challenging that can be, but all was handled with ease and smiles.
We loved the hands-on component of all the activities, from getting to strum a guitar (and making an accompanying stringed instrument too)
We also got a sneak peek at the museum's new Space Station exhibit which opens next month.
After viewing the rocket room, families were encouraged to play in the museum. We had been to the Please Touch Museum earlier in the summer and Soren adored it, so it was great that he could visit it again. This time we brought Daddy along, who incidentally made an agreeable patient for Dr. Soren in the play hospital.
We were given tickets to ride the grand Woodside Park Dentzel Carousel, and since it was not very crowded, S and I got a private ride, where we were the only ones on it.
We explored the other hands-on exhibits, with Soren naturally gravitating to one of his favorites, the River Adventure. We went home happily with damp shirt sleeves.
We had such an amazing time! I really cannot express how wonderful this museum is, from the exhibits to programming to the fabulous staff, who were always available and friendly throughout the museum.
If you're in the Philadelphia area (or a few hours away), you definitely need to bring your tots to the Please Touch Museum. There's so much to do and see, so we'll certainly be back!
Disclosure: My family and I received free admission and parking to the Please Touch Museum via their PR department. All opinions are my own.