"Last time I dragged by mistake my 12-years old and her friend to an attraction way too young for them, I realized that they didn’t care. They were together in the outside world, commenting on everything, an attraction in itself.
I’ve also noticed that kids tend to forget adults are there when they’re chatting with their friends. You get to see different aspects of their personality not otherwise revealed at home. Which in my books is quite a bonus!”
In these museums, you’ll be able to appreciate some form of visual art with your kids. Some are more interactive than others. In the worst case scenario, play an I-Spy game with the kids by asking them to find something specific: children, animals, a certain colour, etc. (Please note that we'll be adding family outings to this section until the end of 2012.)