As a SAHM to two toddlers, I like to have access to fun and engaging places to take my kids that will entertain them and get us out of the house. Luckily, there’s no shortage of things to do with kids in Boston. Each year, I like to think about which spots in and around […]
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Enjoy this special day of free admission to our museums as part of Smithsonian magazine’s annual Museum Day Live! Learn about Native American villages and English settlements by creating a diorama at the Durant-Kenrick House that day. Museums across the United States participate in Smithsonian Day.
Download your ticket from Smithsonian.com/museumday. Visitors who present the Museum Day Live! ticket will gain free entrance for two.
Locations: Jackson Homestead and Museum, 527 Washington Street OR the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds, 286 Waverley Avenue
Seuss is in Springfield! You should hop, skip, or run! Seuss is in Springfield! Bring your kids, it is fun! Two hours from Boston In a trip in your car, Give or take a few minutes, It’s really not far! We made the trip With our kids — total five. I promise, for real, It’s […]
From the New England Aquarium to the Children’s Museum, Boston has a wonderful selection of museums designed for children. If you’re looking to expand their horizons a bit — and maybe you’re secretly getting a little tired of visiting the same spots — here are five unexpected museums you’re both guaranteed to enjoy. Harvard Museum of […]
I am a horrible Bostonian — I hate winter. I do not want to ski. I do not want to skate on Frog Pond. If it never snowed again, that would be perfectly fine with me. From December to March, all I want to do is sit inside, curl up with a cup of hot […]
Boston is an amazing city, full of history and beauty all around. I love Boston for a million reasons, from its walkability to its easy driving (OK… kidding). I also love art and teaching art — especially to my own children. Here is a combination of these loves — my top five ways to teach […]