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Museums for the 5 and under Set

From our content partner, Red Tricycle:

red tricycle seattleHas your little one grown tired of the same ol’ toys in her playroom, the climbing structure at the local park, and the worn out waterlogged sandbox in the backyard? It may be time to spice up your tot’s awake time and check out one of the many awesome museums nearby that offer intellectual stimulation and cultural exploration for eager young minds. In other words, somewhere else to get your kid’s mind and body revved up with sights, sounds, and hands-on fun. You can’t keep a dino skeleton or a giant water drum in your house, but you can certainly go to them. And of course, bonus points for not having to clean up.



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