We were not disappointed! It was a kiddie dream come true. I said to Hubs that if the kids were older, this would be the perfect place to spend an entire day totally entertained.
"Habitot" was an exhibit specially designed for 6-48 month-olds, where we began. There were different "habitats" for the kids to explore, things to climb and slide, flowers to spin and "pick," bridges to cross, and chimes to sound - for starters. The guys were running like the wind, so yes, these are the best of the shots we took!
|N spins the sunflowers|
|M climbs up the net|
|M gets a push down the slide|
|N giggles down on his tummy|
|A great shot of N's curls|
|N learns about animals|
|N struts his stuff on the Habitots bridge|
|N sounds the chimes in Habitots|
So we ventured into Water Works, which easily tied Habitots as the coolest place in the Museum.
There was a "Tiny Tots" water table where the kids were supposed to put ping-pong balls into the tubes and watch them go through as the water moved them. The boys were mesmerized: I think we could have stayed there for hours!
|My two little scientists!|
|N loads up the tubes|
|M is concentrating hard!|
|There it goes!|