Thursday, March 29, 2012

8 ticket giveaway for the Pittsburgh Children's Museum!

We are fortunate enough to have one of the countries best children's museum right here in Pittsburgh!

The Pgh Momtourage is excited to be partering together with the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh this year in promoting not only their many great hands-on play areas, but their traveling exhibits as well.

We recently had a Momtourage playdate at the Museum and our kiddos had so much fun - so hard to drag them away!

You must check out their current traveling exhibit before it's gone!

We didn’t invent the wheel, we made it more fun in this new exhibit created by Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. Climb and clamber through tires that are seven feet tall. Test your riding skills on scooters, balance bikes, rickshaws, pump cars and more. Build a wheel with wooden rims and bungee cords. Climb on a vintage Harley Chopper or use a treadmill to set tires spinning overhead. Construct a vehicle with roller blade wheels and magnetic blocks or take the wheel yourself and go on a virtual tour of the Museum in our Smart Car.

We were also pleasantly surprised to find a new exhibit - Makeshop.
MakeShop is a space for building and tinkering hands-on with old and new technologies, exciting projects and cutting-edge media. Do-it-yourself with electronics, sewing machines, animation stations or woodworking PLUS make alongside some of the coolest indie crafters, hackers and inventors in the city! Visit the MakeShop blog.


O course there is also the multimedia art Studio, the Garage,
Waterplay ( be prepared!), the Nursery and oh so much more!
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But hey, don't just take my word for it - let me give you the chance to let your kids give their stamp of approval!
(By the way, kids who have not yet turned 2 are free!)

2 families - yes, two! - will each win a family 4-pack of tickets!

Click here to enter to win.

Open for entries until Thursday, April 5th, 2012 at 8pm.

Winners will be chosen at random.

Good Luck!




1 comment:

scott davidson said...

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