I love opportunities when I can play like a kid, but do not have to stand guard and keep an on eye on my own kiddos. It gives me the peaceful perspective of simplicity. I also find it gives me a creative way to problem solve in unique ways. When I heard the Minnesota Children’s Museum is having a fun night for adults 21 years and older, I knew I needed to find out more information.
I went to the museum’s website and is what the Minnesota Children’s Museum website says about the event:
“Adults at Play: 21+ Museum Takeover
Here’s your chance to explore our new exhibits – with a beverage of your choice and no kids around!
Adults take over the museum during a special adult night from 6 to 10 p.m. on Sept. 28.
During the Adults@Play event, the museum is all yours. A few highlights: Spiral slide and netted catwalk The Scramble, Laser maze, carpet skate park and green screen climbing wall in Super Awesome Adventures
Air-powered ball launchers and wacky car wash in Forces at Play
Plus, you’ll ignite your creativity with special activities and programs:
The Theater of Public Policy – Interactive improv
Can Can Wonderland – Make-and-take art projects
Barry Kudrowitz – Creative inspiration from a University of Minnesota design prof and master of innovation
There will be a cash bar and food available for purchase.
Must be 21 or older to attend.
Buy your tickets by Sept. 21 and save. Pre-sale tickets are $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members. After Sept. 21, tickets will be $12 for members and $17 for non-members.
Join us to play, create, eat and drink!”
If you love unique opportunities to get out and play, without kids about, this is the perfect event for you. To celebrate this event Russell’s Adventures has partnered with the Minnesota Children’s Museum to give away two tickets. To enter click the link below. A winner will be drawn at random.
I think it would be so neat to do *anything* in the museum! My husband and I always say we wish we had kids so it would be socially acceptable for us to do all the neat kid things!
This is a perfect opportunity. Before I had kids we would sometimes borrow our friends kids. Which now that I have kids I realize the win/win of the situation.