This afternoon Daniel and I visited the Strong National Museum of Play. They had a great discount on tickets, a buy-one-get-one-free sort of deal. Of course, Class President JJ said that tickets were only $8 when in fact they were $12.
This was my second visit to the museum. The place is gigantic. Daniel really wanted to see the American Comic Book Heroes exhibit. It was a lot of fun. He ran around pointing out all of the cool comics they had on display.
My favorite exhibit is Sesame Street. Even though I’d already taken a number of pictures at that exhibit during my last trip, I took more this time.
It’s such an interesting place. They have a lot of hands-on things for kids to play with, but it’s also a toy museum. On the second floor they have cases and cases full of old toys like dolls and games, as well as all of the random classic toys you had a as a kid, like a phone similar to the one found in Toy Story 3.
It’s a great place for children, but there are also lots of activities for adults too. I’m glad I had the opportunity to go to the museum again.