If you have ever watched Night at the Museum you know that museums are not boring places to visit and spend your time covering your yawns. Natural History Museums can be amazing places where kids and adults learn and discover the world around them. Kristin from Mama Luvs Books recently took her kids to the Delaware Museum of Natural History. What an amazing place!

Read Kristin’s review of the Delaware Museum of Natural History

Delaware Museum of Natural History

After a long drive in the car, this is just what the kids needed. The museum had exhibits of animals, shells, environmental awareness, and dinosaurs. We spent about an hour looking around at the exhibits and learning new things. The kids liked touching the dinosaur fossil. Read more….

Don’t you just love the sign in the picture? Please touch!

When is the last time you took your kids to a museum? What was the best part? Was it a good experience? I’d love to hear!

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6 Comments

 

  1. May 14, 2013  11:22 am by Terri @ Travel 50 States with Kids Reply

    My family loves museums too. However, the last time I went to a museum (which was the Natural History Museum in Cincinnati) was as a chaperone for my 5th grade daughter's field trip. Somehow the group I ended up chaperoning was 7th and 8th grade boys. Interesting. ;-)

  2. May 14, 2013  11:48 am by Kiera @easytravelmom Reply

    We love museums, Jolie particularly. Even an art museum she seems to really like to check it all out. Did you know the 19th is international museum day? Everyone should visit their local museum :)

  3. September 17, 2015  10:00 pm by Claudia Krusch Reply

    It looks like so much fun! I wish I was near it!

  4. September 17, 2015  11:12 pm by Megan Reply

    This looks like a cool museum is definitely just an hour train ride away. I think my kiddo would love it!

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