Legoland Discovery Center Boston, which opened last spring, is a popular destination for parents in Boston and the surrounding areas. Geared towards children ages 3-10, the 44,000-square-foot space jam packed with activities, including multiple Lego building stations/interactive areas, two Lego rides, a 4D theater, an interactive Lego factory tour, Lego Miniland featuring replicas of Boston landmarks built out of Lego bricks, a cafe and more. We got a sneak peak before they opened last spring, read about it here).
Now the folks at Legoland are adding even more fun with the brand new Ninjago Training Camp! This new attraction will be open for the first time on Saturday, March 14th at 10am, and includes a laser maze and LEGO Ninjago-themed interactive experiences based on the popular Lego line. [click to continue…]
All this cold New England weather doesn’t stop Mass Audubon from hosting family friendly activities that are as fun as they are educational. Check out what’s going on in the North River Sanctuary this month, and throughout the winter! [click to continue…]
Looking for last minute holiday gift ideas? The Raynham Flea Market has over 600 booths, each with fun holiday finds for your friends, colleagues and family!
For the little ones in your life:|
There are an abundance of great toys, books and stuffed animals for the little loves of your life. From a Thomas & Friends lunch box to crayons, stuffed animals and cute personalized bibs and art work, the variety of stocking stuffers and toys to make your kids smile are endless. We even found some high end Minnetonka slippers [click to continue…]
If you have creative kids in your family, you may want to check out the 2nd Annual Boston International Kids Film Festival in Somerville this week. It starts with a special kick off screening of Annie: It’s the Hard-Knock Life on Wednesday night (Nov 5th), and continues with 3 days of workshops and short films for (and by) kids ages 10 and up. Check out the information below!
From November 7-9, 2014, the Somerville Theatre and Tufts University will come alive in a celebration of imagination and creativity as the 2nd Annual Boston International Kids Film Festival gets underway. [click to continue…]