People tend to check in during these times:
Such a variety of things to do for all ages!
Mes enfants se sont amusés comme de fous. Je recommande!
Our 2nd visit in 5 years. A lot of things are out of order. It is for young kids under the age of 8, I would say, maybe even younger.
Check and see if your membership at your hometown museum gives reciprocal entry - we got in free with our Chicago science and industry membership :)
fun place. Could easily spend 4 hours here!
Don't park in LAZ. There are several parking spots discounted by museum, but LAZ isn't even their staff said yes.
They apparently changed their rules and don't accept reciprocal memberships they did before. Call to make sure before you go :/
If you're going to come here at least 4 or 5 times in a year, get a membership! It'll pay for itself.
The bubble area is awesome!
Do not go here if you hate children. I've never seen so many wildlings in my life!
Freaking hot out and museum is empty on Monday afternoon and AC is on :) btw, just saw online that if you're an EBT cardholder, you can get in w up to 4 people at $2 per Person!! Now that is a deal ;)
Active Duty Military with ID card get in free :)
Come right when it opens to avoid chaos!
Fridays after five its only a dollar each to get in!
Better to come in the afternoon.
The Children's Museum in Boston displays a giant milk bottle on the museum's wharf. If it were real it would hold 50,000 gallons of milk and 8,620 gallons of cream.
Check out the Museum Store for reasonably priced educational toys for kids of all ages.
Make sure you are super flexible if you climb up the three floor obstacle with your child!!! It was a great experience!!
Though the museum is best for ages 1-10, kids ages 11-13 will feel right at home on Friday evenings, 5-9pm, during the $1 entrance fee hours. -- Green Guide Editor
If you come after 4pm tickets are 1/2 price, but you only have an hour to enjoy. Fun place for kids and kids at heart. Beware of the slippery floors in the bubble room!
The Wizard of Oz display consumed more time than the ball area!
Take advantage of the volunteers at the museum’s exhibits to answer questions about things ranging from the first day of school to child development.
Used my ECHO membership to pay :)
Don't miss this awesomeness behind the counter at the "grocery store on the 3rd floor.
Friday 5-9 PM $1 admission!!!
Find an MIT Playlab researcher in Playspace or the Construction Zone to try out fun toys and games for kids to help with research in exploratory play and learning!
I defy you to find a more frustrating sink in the city of Boston (or indeed the entire Commonwealth) than the one in the Bubble Room here.
Watch your head! Especially in the Kyoto house. I've whacked mine good.
The Au Bon Pain Express is good in a pinch, but very limited for selection. Pack a soft cooler instead and stuff in a backpack.
The member express line is anything but express. Unnacceptable.
Only $2 bucks per person with a library pass.
$1 Target Fridays 5-9 pm! Great deal!
The Curious George exhibit closed but the Out on a Limb exhibit in its place is pretty good - check it out.
if u go to local libraries u maybe able to get tickets for a reduce or free price. have been for years looking to take my children soon on a friday. i do understand that they tickets on friday evening
Bring quarters and pennies for squashed souvenirs!
The Arthur exhibit is really not that great don't bother.
Very beautiful day to be near the water.
members get in an hour early on the weekends. Hands down the best time to be there, before the crowds kick in. Plus much easier to park at that time.
My 18 month old loves the golf ball room and (dodgeball) dance floor.
Bring a quarter for your locker.
get a library special pass for cheaper tcikets
Bring a bag to carry around your gear since there are few lockers