Wednesday, November 11, 2009

New York Hall of Science



When I watch the kids play in this museum, they all seem desperate to learn and tinker and test the equipment. All of them, even Baby Tess, attack the environment trying their darndest to squeeze what they can out of their time there. Were they successful? Did we get all we could out of the museum? Nope. We'll just have to keep going back.







My favorite part was the hall of mirrors! I would LOVE curves like this!

11 comments:

Mary B said...

Looks a terrific place for the children young and old alike to explore and experiment.

scrappyjacky said...

Gorgeous photos....great place for kids....reminds me of the Science Museum in London.

Jinnag said...

really great photos! Your family is having such a great time it fills your pics with light!!

April P. said...

THAT looks like one really cool place to visit and explore - and take lots of photos at! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Lori said...

Wow! That looks like a great place! My kids would love it! I will have to look into it.....I am not that far. Thanks for sharing!

firefly said...

I wanna come!

Goes On Runs said...

we almost did the same thing! but choose road trip instead.

Mama V said...

What fun! I like that they have outdoor exhibits. Neat!

Melissa said...

Funny how the grass is always greener...when I'm in a hall of mirrors, I see myself in the tall skinny one and wish I looked like that!

I love these pictures. I honestly wish I could just up and go on trips like this with you and Kirsten.

I like museum trips, because I really focus on being with the kids and exploring with them, unlike at home, where I"m distracted by housework.

Fun!

Loralee said...

You're brave... all I could think as I looked at all the wonderful pictures is that every day is another day to avoid the plague that has hit the NEK. Is everyone you know not sick????

Looks like a blast though. Glad it was a good day.

Sian said...

Some day I'm going to make it to New York and I would just love to visit there. Your photos really give us that sense of fun in finding out.