Jason my husband had a business trip to San Antonio which why we all piled in the van and made it a little getaway. His job site was right downtown San Antonio about three blocks from the San Antonio Children’s Museum. So the when he went to work, we went to the Children’s Museum. We stayed from open to close.
I tell you what; the kids did not get bored. Every room was a new adventure, and though I let them play for a long time in each room, I had to pull them away to move on since they were having so much fun. My boys loved this race track. Little Jason build his lego cars and raced them. Bobby just found a couple of balls and raced them!
There are three levels to the museum and another treasure at every turn. I’ve only captured a few favorite activities. The little ones don’t know how to play chess, but they sure loved setting the pieces up and knocking them down.
Right next to the boat is the Art Pavilion where they had an art class for the kids. Bobby fell asleep right at the beginning so I got a little break, but Sarah,the lady that oversaw the class was fantastic with the children.
There are so many more things to explore in the museum, but out of everything my kids probably enjoyed the ball machine the most. They would work really hard to load all the balls into the machine that would shoot them to the top and at various times the hatch would open and all the balls would fall back out. It was unlimited fun. It was such a great day that when my husband went back to work the next day, we went back to the Children’s Museum. I even bought a season pass. Now, I do hope we’ll get back to San Antonio in the next year to be able to use it!