It was forecast to rain for most of the day, but luckily the Children’s museum does $1 admission on Friday nights. It wasn’t the typical way to spend the 4th of July, and it was pretty darn fun. But first up was breakfast at the Deluxe Town Diner in Watertown. This place got rave reviews on Yelp and Chowhound but we thought it was pretty gross. While waiting for our table we took advantage of the fact that it was only sprinkling and played at the park for a little bit.
Then the real rain began. It poured rain the rest of the day and night. Again, Rusty was our hero. He dropped us off right at the doors of the Children’s Museum and then parked the car and ran though the rain.
This museum was really fun. Lots of things that kids of all ages enjoyed. Halle’s favorite was playing Musical “chairs” on a big electronic pad.
Josh’s favorite was Basketball
And Blake loved the exhibit where you could run golf balls down all sorts of different tracks.
And I thought this climbing structure was very cool.
What a perfect rainy day activity. And I was especially glad we had the good fortune of the rainy day falling on a $1 Friday night. SCORE!