Boston Children’s Museum celebrates 100 years! (Win 4 tickets)

BOSTON AND AROUND, CONTESTS, REVIEWS & CONTESTS | | February 18, 2013 at 7:36 pm


Congratulations Mia!

Have you been to The Boston Children’s Museum? If you live in the Boston area it would be surprising if you did not visit this local treasure. I still remember when my now 7 year old (almost 8) was 10 months old and it was our first visit and I was amazed how she was safe in an area just for babies. I could be with my local mom friends as our babes play in a safe place. There were very few places that we could do this. I still recall the private nursing areas, along with a fridge to store milk and a microwave etc, all to make a new moms life so much more pleasant. As my kid became a toddler and I had another, the “under 3” area was bliss. Perfect away from the older kids, it made a parent to a kid with wobbly feet feel at ease.

Photo courtesy of Boston Children's Museum

The prep for school section was perfect as we started heading towards Kindergarten. The pretend play rooms is heaven to my 2 little girls and I am relieved to not have to clean up after the kids in the water rooms. Being engineers, the STEM that the rooms offer is something we are passionate about. Seeing their favorite PBS show Arthur being featured at the museum and if you think that they don’t get enough physical play, you have not seen all the rooms at the museum.

The KidStage is fabulous where kids get to take part in impromptu theater and the recycling room gets them thinking in a more eco-friendly manner. There is so much to see at the museum that it would take you several visits to see it all.

A little more details from the museum about their 100 year anniversary:

Boston Children’s Museum, one of the oldest andmost influential children’s museums in the world, today kicks off its centennial byannouncing an array of events and programs to take place in 2013. The Museum is takingthe occasion of the 100th birthday to launch “The Power of Play”, a new campaignfeaturing the importance of play in the healthy development of children. The Museum hasalso unveiled a new website,, a robust resource forparents, educators and Museum visitors.In its centennial year, Boston Children’s Museum will convene academic, medical,community, arts, science, business, and educational partners in a series of eventsdesigned to promote early childhood education and support the role of play in the lives of children and families.

Take a look at the timeline of The Boston Children’s Museum over the past 100 years (click on the image to enlarge it)

Photo courtesy of Boston Children's Museum

The Blue Man Group was part of the launch day celebrations (which I sadly had to miss) but here’s why they were there:

Blue Man Group – Making Waves, the national touring exhibit supported by HARMAN and created by Boston Children’s Museum andBlue Man Group and powered by JBL®, opens at Boston Children’s Museum onFebruary 6, 2013. The 1,500 square foot exhibit designed to bring together science andart, will take the whole family through a multisensory exploration of sound that providesan opportunity to play together while discovering the fun of music.

So you see there is plenty extra to see and I head there tomorrow so I am super excited about this. Better yet? Are you local? Or plan to be at some point? Well I have a set of 4 tickets to the Boston Children’s Museum for you!

Want to win the set of 4 tickets to Boston’s Children’s Museum?

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Disclosure: The Children’s Museum provided me with passes and is providing the amazing prize package above for a reader!

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