Boston Children’s Museum

For 90 years, the Boston Children’s Museum has been around to help children understand and enjoy the world in which they live.  It’s the best place for kids with fun-filled, hands-on exhibits.  Children can see themselves on TV in Arthur’s World, scale towers and tubes in New Balance Climb, make bubbles, float boats or decorate a Caribbean float in Boston Black.  Most children have so much fun here that they don’t realize they’re actually learning something!  The Library pass admits up to 4 people for an admission fee of $2.00 each.  Generously donated by the Friends of the Cumberland Library.  Check it out!

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