Wenham Museum

WOOO WOOO – we have some tickets to the Wenham Museum to give away :-D. Win one of two packages – each contains FOUR admission tickets. To enter you have to: “like” the Playground Hunt and Wenham Museum Facebook pages and LEAVE A COMMENT AT THE END OF THIS POST. Bonus entry for you for each friend you refer (tell us who you sent)

And yes, Alex is still totally infatuated and we’ve been there maybe 10 times over the last two months. He even requested to host his birthday party there…

NMRA Hub Division Modular Railroad
Group Model Train Layout
MLK Weekend, January 15–17
Free with admission

Enjoy an expertly engineered room-size HO-gauge model train layout built by members of the NMRA Hub Division Modular Railroad Group.

Suzy Snowflake
Sunday, February 6, 1–3 pm
Free with admission

Together with Suzy Snowflake, learn the intricate art of folding and cutting snowflakes as we create a blizzard out of recycled paper.

Sponsored in part by Toodeloos of Gloucester.

Lego Train Model Train Layout

Valentine’s Weekend, February 12 & 13

Free with admission

The Lego Train is coming back, watch it race ’round the giant track, through cityscapes and colorful shacks. Listen as the train goes clickety-clack. See pictures of last year’s visit on Facebook!

Lego®-Maniacs Palooza
Tuesday, February 22, 1 pm and 2 pm
Free with admission, Pre-register by February 16

Lego® Fans bring your creative genius to this brickfest of fun!

Inventions that Go with Awesome Robb

Sunday, January 30, 1 pm
Members: $7 pre-registered,$10 at the door,
Non-Members:$11 pre-registered, $14 at the door
Museum admission included

Join Awesome Robb as he explores trains, planes and automobiles through magic, puppets and song.

16 thoughts on “Wenham Museum

  1. jrock

    i like both the the Wenham Museum and Playground Hunt and would probably use them with you or Lynn anyway 😉

    Had so much fun there today, more than Lucy, and feel a major collecting urge coming on…..
    The dolls were pretty creepy, but in a cool way, where I took lots of photos for my blog. Please know that evenas a toddler I have never liked dolls.
    The trains though, were amazing! Oddly I was talking about the shoe factory in Beverly on the car rie up. there is was in the back of the basement as part of a train display. I grew up in Beverly, which is part of that display, and it was very cool to see that section.
    Also, I’m a dork and was finding non period correct pieces in the vintage train set on the first floor. Yes, I know that logo was from ’74, and that car was from ’68 when the set was supposed to be from ’59

  2. Kelly

    I already like Playground Hunt, but now I like Wenham Museum. I know Madelyn would love the museum, I just haven’t made it out there yet. Would love the tickets!

    And are you starting up your Active Club again? I know it’s been so cold lately, but I’m hoping this means the rest of the winter will be milder.

  3. Negin

    Love the playground hunt and have been telling everyone about it! Thanks for this awsome resource! And I’ve been to Wenham Museum quite a bit lately – kids love it!

  4. Jaime

    Liked Wenham Museum on FB, already love Playground Hunt. We’ve never been, so this would be an awesome incentive to get out there. Thanks!

  5. Mary C-P

    We went to the Wenham Museum a month or so ago, and it was so great! I loved the special exhibits they had. I have now “liked” it on FB, and of course I already liked PH. Ideally, the next time I go to WM, I’ll have someone else go with Nigel while I pop across the street for tea time at the Wenham Tea House!

  6. Aisling

    We love the playground hunt and are amazed how Angelika has the energy to do all that she does…Someday I will take Nicky to see the trains.. I keep meaning to..

  7. Naomi

    My boys LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Wenham Museum! And by boys, I mean my 4 year old son, and 40 year old husband.

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