Boston Children's Museum to transform for grown-ups
Open only to ages 21+, guests can enjoy the Boston Children's Museum exhibits open daily to children, but without the pint-sized participants around.
The Boston Children's Museum is once again hosting the Boston Grown-Ups Museum Wednesday night, reminding us all that though we grow older, we don't always have to grow up.
Open only to ages 21+, more than 1,000 guests can enjoy all the exhibits that are open daily for children, but without the pint-sized participants around.
Adults of all ages are encouraged to make bubbles, experiment with water flow, face paint and navigate through the huge netted climbing structure that greets you at the entrance - all while enjoying adult beverages.
The Museum first transformed for adults in April, and the event was deemed a huge success by organizers.
Too late to attend Wednesday? The Museum hopes to host more of these soon, so keep check out the Boston Children's Museum Facebook and Twitter pages for more information and updates!