Before Juno blasted New England, we got a chance to spend a fun family day at the Providence Children’s Museum. The museum offers lots of fun for children of all ages, featuring many exhibits like:
Play Power – Send objects soaring through air tubes and construct magnetic mazes in an environment that celebrates the power of children’s play.
Water Ways – Explore ice, mist and discover the swirling, whirling ways of water in an all-new water play environment!
The Children’s Garden – Explore a garden of native plants, a perfect place for a picnic lunch and for active outdoor play.
The Climber – Wriggle and stretch through an artful two-story-high climbing maze.
Underland – Discover an imaginative subterranean world of roots, worm tunnels and critters’ burrows.
Iway – Tackle bridge-building challenges and plan a city in an exhibit about solving problems.
Coming to Rhode Island – Take a time-traveling adventure to meet people who immigrated to Rhode Island from around the world.
ThinkSpace – Experiment with shapes and spaces in this dynamic new learning environment.
Littlewoods – Climb into a tree house, swoop down a slide and crawl through a bear cave in an enchanting woodland environment. Just for infants to 4-year-olds and their caregivers.
Discovery Studio – Explore a different activity each week in a vibrant program space designed for science and nature exploration and art experimentation.
Strings Attached – Bring marionettes to life and learn about the artistry of two Rhode Island puppet masters.