Join Peabody Essex Museum to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Japan's gift of 3,020 cherry blossom trees as a gift to the United States to honor the nations' growing friendship. We'll create our own cherry blossoms to take home and welcome spring!
Experience the simple life of 19th-century New England as you dress in old-fashioned costumes and gather by the hearth in the museum’s 17th-century house. Hear enchanting tales of long ago as we churn and taste homemade butter and sip children’s tea. Ages 5+
In celebration of the Wenham Museum’s 90th year, the museum presents Picture This: 90 Years of Storybook Art, an exhibit exploring how toys have provided inspiration to authors and illustrators since the genre of children’s literature began.
Train and model railroad enthusiasts won’t want to miss Wenham Museum’s 22nd Annual Model Railroad and Toy Hobby Show featuring many dealer tables where you can buy, swap and sell everything from equipment and memorabilia to toys, books, and photographs. Visit the museum to see a special model train layout created by NMRA Hub Division Modular Railroad Group on display for the annual show only!
In a unique collaboration between the NH Association for the Blind and the NH Art Association, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire is hosting an exhibit titled 'Art Beyond Vision' through May 28, 2012. This curated collection of textural paintings, fiber arts and sculpture welcomes visitors to open their minds to a fresh new way of experiencing the beauty of art.
On Saturday, March 10, nationally known fiber artist and weaver Sarah Haskell will lead a 90-minute creative workshop for children age 7 or older and their parents at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. Each participating parent/child pair will transform a simple plastic container into a beautiful work of art using textural materials. Pre-registration for this workshop is required.
In celebration of Presidents’ Day Week, the JFK Presidential Library invites the public to download a $2 off coupon, valid February 18-26, 2012, by clicking here. Children age 12 and under are always admitted free. Family-friendly Highlights Tours will be offered throughout the week with paid Museum admission.
“You Be the President” Interactive Museum Activity - February 18-26
Visitors to the Museum are invited to step up to a podium set before the actual scene of JFK’s January 20, 1961 inauguration and deliver some of the most stirring passages of his inaugural address guided by computerized visual prompts. “You Be the President” will be open from February 18 - February 26.
Join the Ipswich Museum on Sundays for a day of family oriented activities and events. Each Special Sunday includes a guest photographer, guest senior, storytelling, treasure hunt and more. First floor rooms open for viewing. First Sunday of month free to Ipswich residents. FREE to members and children!
Get a jump start on your weekend with the Second Friday Program at the MIT Museum! Second Friday Programs are FREE and are oriented for open exploration with opportunities to attend perfromances, demonstrations, and lectures through out the museum galleries.
Friday, February 28
Saturday, February 29
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