The Boston Children's Museum has a history of 100 years. Fathers and mothers who take their children to Boston, don't miss it!
Participated in the whale watching activities, bought their own tickets in the official website, 12 years old or older (including 12 years old) 53 dollars without tax, and then add a little tax. On the first day, my friend took me to the wrong road, so when ten o'clock passed, all the tickets for that day were exhausted. Then I bought the ticket for the next day on the Internet and printed it out and took it with me. There are nine o'clock, ten o'clock, twelve o'clock and so on. It's not open at eleven o'clock. Catamaran is also very shaky, we still insist at the beginning, behind a lot of uncomfortable. Suggestions to sit in the cabin, because the wind outside really freezes to death, see people wearing outdoor clothes began to feel too much, and later felt that really need windshield. As for waterproofing, it's OK because the water splashes when the ship is fast. I have seen more than ten whales, water spraying, swimming, just a little far, and many people, so there is no surprise. You can buy some snacks and drinks on board, so you can take them with you. There are 711 convenience stores nearby. It's very convenient.
Children's Museum is very suitable for children to play in. Adults and children's tickets are 14 dollars. It seems that babies under 2 years old will be cheaper. The exact price is not remembered. The building has three floors. Compared with the children's area in the Science and Technology Museum of China, the overall area of the building is not as large as the Children's Hall in the Science and Technology Museum of China. But the interaction is very good, there will be some letters, numbers interactive lessons, we did not catch up. There is a small theatre with children to perform together, in fact, wearing animal-shaped clothes on the stage interaction, can well encourage children to go on stage, free SHOW tickets in the front desk can participate. Across the street is the Boston Tea Pouring Memorial. Every Friday after 5 p.m., tickets are $1, adults and children. It's very attractive for children under 12 years old. Visit the whole for 1-1.5 hours, of course, if the children like to play, they may stay longer. Personally, they don't think they will last more than 4 hours.
We entered at about 12 noon - my six-year-old was super excited. Please note that all adults accompanying you also pay the full price. There are so many children to do. I had a good time with my son. They have a separate area to provide pulleys and leverage in the independent area of foam games. There's another floor. They have building equipment and water games. They have a dinosaur exhibition and a real Japanese house. They also have a lot of equipment, and children can play golf and all kinds of devices - that's great. We actually took an hour's rest and came back, staying until 5 p.m. closing time. I saw the smile and excitement on my 6-year-old son's face, which was well worth it.
The Children's Museum is jokingly called the most noisy Museum in the world. The four-storey museum contains a wide variety of children's toys, ranging from cradle-age babies to adolescents'favorite toys. Besides toys, there are many collections of children's history and themes, such as traditional circus props, automatic toys, movie leaflets, puppet clothes, teaching books, etc. Children can see all kinds of toys of different times, and adults who have never lost their childlike innocence can also revisit their childhood dreams here.