All families are invited to the Children's Museum of New Hampshire on the first Friday night of every month during the school year for Dollar Deal Night! For just $1/person, families are free to explore and experience the museum as a low cost night out together. The Children’s Museum is not normally open at night, so this is also a special treat to visit after-hours and enjoy creative play before bedtime.
Visit the Salisbury Point Railroad Historical Society for Trails & Sails 2019! Salisbury Point Station was originally built by the Eastern Railroad in 1870 and has since been totally restored. Our Water Street "museum" houses artifacts and Railroad "Memorabilia" as well as a collection of historic photographs dating from the early 1800's to the late 1970's. We also maintain and run seven model railroad layouts, in a variety of gauges. Visitors are invited to drive some of the trains (especially Thomas)!
Get ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and discover the physics behind soccer. Compete in juggling competitions and learn the secret behind the perfect penalty kick with MIT Professor John Bush. Refreshments will be served with music by Receita De Samba. Presented in collaboration with MIT-Brazil.
On Saturday, May 10, join us in supporting Wenham Museum through a night of whimsy, music, and merriment inspired by the museum's spring exhibit, A Spoonful of Sugar, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Mary Poppins film. Dress in your very best for a supercalifragalisticexpialidocious evening of live music, dancing, a raffle, and an auction!
Ticket includes valet parking, light refreshments, and hosted beer, wine, and signature cocktails.
Live music by Diane and Company with Mark Retallack and Roger Brockelbank and Henri Smith New Orleans Friends and Flavors.
In honor of Mother’s Day, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire is offering free admission for all mothers and grandmothers on Sunday, May 11 from 12-5 pm. There will also be a special creative activity for children who visit on Mother’s Day. In the Museum’s Muse Studio, kids can make a gift to give to the special woman in their lives. This activity is included with paid admission ($9 each for children and adults) and free for Children’s Museum members.
Every year families across New England reserve time with beloved silhouette artist Carol Lebeaux who chronicles their children's growth by cutting out profile portraits while they pose. Wenham Museum is hosting a rare opportunity to have a hand-cut heirloom portrait created by silhouette artist Carol Lebeaux from a sitting or photograph.
Limited space left. Reserve a place now if you plan to attend.
Learn to craft a palm-sized felted animal to take home, along with some tools and instructions so can continue to craft with confidence. Art instructor Margaurita Spear will teach you how to work with un-spun wool roving and a few other easy to find materials. Ages 8+
Reserve your spot now!
Whether you're running or spectating at the Boston Marathon this year, a visit to Museum of Science will teach you the latest in endurance sports science! The museum has created special exibits and hands-on activities that will allow visitors to explore the science behind long-distance endurance running. Combined with presentations by special guests, visitors will gain a better understanding the forces experienced by the runner's body, and what training does to minimize their effects.
Join the Lynn Museum and Historical Society for FREE family fun. Every half hour there will be a story time for kids and each child that attends the program will receive a free children’s book on behalf of the Museum and the Lynn Literacy Campaign.
Be dazzled by a colorful chalk drawing created by the award-winning screever (a pavement chalk artist), Kerry St. Pierre. You may want to jump right in alongside Mary Poppins! Have a supercalifragilisticexpialidoc