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The Kidspace Children's Museum in Pasadena
Most children's museums (that we have been to) are indoors. Which is quite a bummer when the weather is nice out! The Kidspace Museum in Pasadena has exhibits indoors and outdoors, which is one of the many reasons we really like visiting. The museum sits on a 3.5 acre lot and next to the Rose ...
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The Getty Center Museums and Gardens
The Getty Center is well known for its architecture by Richard Meier, its beautiful gardens, its art galleries, and the excellent views overlooking Los Angeles. The center is located atop a hill above the Brentwood neighborhoods in West Los Angeles. Visitors arrive by car and take a tram up the hill to the museums and ...
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Noah's Arc at the Skirball Cultural Center
Noah's Arc at the Skirball Cultural Center is located in the Santa Monica Mountains, close to the Getty Center. It's an interactive "playground" themed after the story of Noah's Arc, where children become part of the experience by bringing the story to life themselves! Children can climb, operate and pretend play on the large vessel ...
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Travel Town in Griffith Park
Do you have a kid who is obsessed or fascinated with choo choo trains? Then its time to explore the trains at the Travel Town Museum with your little ones. The museum is located on a 9-acre site in Griffith Park and is open to the public every day of the year except Christmas Day. ...
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The Natural History Museum in Los Angeles
The Natural History Museum in Los Angeles is one of the largest in the Western United States. It displays nearly 35 million specimens and artifacts that cover 4.5 billion years of history. The dinosaur exhibit is known to be one of the most extraordinary ones in the world, yep! In fact, the dinosaur hall at ...
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Active Tar Pits in the middle of the city
The La Brea Tar Pits are located in the heart of the Miracle Mile district in Los Angeles, right next to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Pavilion for Japanese Art. Long before this time, 11,000 years ago precisely, Los Angeles was bustling with wildlife instead of cars and people. Many of ...
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Children's Museum of the Arts
Children's Museum of the Arts in Manhattan's West Village is a nonprofit arts institution with a valuable mission: it aims to provide space and materials to introduce families to the transformative power of the arts and allow them to immerse themselves in the joy of creating together. For children, the museum is a magical place ...
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The Noguchi Museum in Queens
We spent a few hours today at The Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, Queens and I can easily say it was our best art museum visit yet. It could be that my daughter is beginning to develop an appreciation for art (or at least better self control!), or that I'm better able as a ...
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American Museum of Natural History
Many of New York's most famous museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, line the east side of Central Park along 5th Avenue, a stretch often referred to as Museum Mile. But crossing the park to Manhattan's Upper West Side to visit the American Museum of Natural History is a high ...
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
There's a reason the Metropolitan Museum of Art is world-renowned: its collection is encyclopedic and breathtaking, filled with recognizable masterpieces but also with works that expose you to artists or art forms you might know less intimately. It's an ideal place to start building an appreciation for art and art history in young children, and a range of family-focused ...
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Day Trip to Dia:Beacon
Eighty minutes north of New York City sits Dia:Beacon, one of New York's great destinations for viewing contemporary art. Housed in a former Nabisco box factory, the expansive galleries contain the Dia Art Foundation's collection of art from the 1960s to the present, and it's a joy to meander through the the maze of rooms spread over ...
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New York Transit Museum
If you're looking for a museum that will prove as interesting for adults as it is entertaining for children, look no further than the New York Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn. While perhaps not as well known as some of New York's larger museums, it's a fascinating place to spend the afternoon. The stories behind New York's mass ...
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Fort Tryon Park and The Met Cloisters
By the time you travel to the far reaches of Upper Manhattan you've left the frenetic pace of most of the city behind. Here the topography changes, and you find yourself high above the Hudson River, with room to spread out and views for miles. It's here that you'll find beautiful Fort Tryon Park, and tucked inside ...
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Museum Van Loon
Located in the middle of the canal district we loved visiting this small but very interesting canal house. Still owned by the aristocratic Van Loon family you will find some parts of the house closed off for obvious reasons, but the parts which remain open are simply stunning. The house gives you a real insight ...
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New York Historical Society
The New York Historical Society is a surprisingly awesome place to visit with kids.  There’s less mania than the big museums, and we’ve had great luck with their special exhibits, which cater to adults and children alike.  This winter we visited their annual train exhibit as well as Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York ...
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Motion Factory
If you happen to be in Paris in the next few months and if you happen to like animation, do have a quick peek at the lovely little exhibition on at La Gaîté Lyrique, one of Paris' newest museums. La Gaîté Lyrique is the museum of digital art, but in this case, the exhibition is ...
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TA DA at the Centre Pompidou
Last weekend Esther and co were in town, which was a serious amount of fun! It was so great catching up, though at the end of the weekend we did start wondering what we should do, as it was literally pouring with rain the whole time. That being said, finding things to do in Paris ...
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LONDON
The Obliteration Room at the Tate Modern
This weekend we made it to Obliteration Room at the Tate Modern and my kids loved it so much they're still talking about it. What a cool idea! The Obliteration Room is the kid's section of the bigger exhibition by Yayoi Kusama -- the dot loving Japanese artist. It started out as a completely white room ...
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Jewish Historical Museum
Amsterdam's Jewish Historical Museum consists of four important Amsterdam synagogues, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, which were connected with the use of glass, concrete and steel. The large, ancient spaces of the four former synagogues together with the light and modern additions make this museum a wonderfully fresh and pleasurable place to be! The ...
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Rijksmuseum
After taking the children to the Rembrandt House a while ago, we thought it would be a good idea to now take them to the Rijksmuseum to see Rembrandt's most famous painting, the Nachtwacht (Night Watch). The Rijksmuseum is Amsterdam's Arts, Craft and History museum and houses a large and important collection of paintings from the Dutch ...
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Art, food and a place to sit
I do love New York but there are also a lot of things that I really hate about it.... the lack of parks and open spaces, and the complete absence of places to just sit down. The other day I took my girls to the New Museum on the Bowery. I have been wanting to ...
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The unspeakable: A trip to New Jersey
I kid. I am after all a New Yorker and it’s in my DNA to pick on New Jersey. Truth be told however, I find myself going there quite often with my kids on day trips. One of my very favorite go-to spots is the Liberty Science Center, which (dare I say) blows all of ...
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The unspeakable. A trip to New Jersey.
I kid. I am after all a New Yorker and it’s in my DNA to pick on New Jersey. Truth be told however, I find myself going there quite often with my kids on day trips. One of my very favorite go-to spots is the Liberty Science Center, which (dare I say) blows all of ...
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