Fall is in the air.
I decided Josh and I should have one more adventure out (while we are still able to wear shorts) to celebrate the end of summer; and so last week we headed off to the Science Museum.
I’d been bringing Josh here since he was barely able to walk, but always bypassed all the galleries and just headed straight for the children’s play area in the basement.
As he’s a bit older now, we decided to walk around and explore a bit.
Josh was in heaven.
Planes, trains and cars everywhere you looked.
I felt pretty silly for not having realised all this was there long before.
I mean, it’s pretty hard to miss a big rocket, right?
But Josh really enjoyed exploring and looking at all the old cars on display.
He also liked the space section, though not as much as the cars.
I suppose a command module just isn’t quite as flashy.
I’m sure he’ll come around eventually though.
The museum had loads of fun things for kids also, including a little play area dedicated to patterns.
Josh especially enjoyed the big fish display on the floor which reminded me very much of an iPad app Tara downloaded for her cats to play with.
All the kids were gathered around tapping the water and trying to catch the fish.
It was pretty cute.
After we left the museum, we walked down to the Natural History Museum, which is right next door.
I was curious to see if Josh was half as interested in dinosaurs as he is in cars.
We didn’t spend much time there though; the animatronic tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t a big hit with Josh, as you can see from the terrified look on his face.
Maybe I need to start with the fossils next time.