Our last day in Philadelphia we went to the Please Touch Museum. It was a gigantic children's museum. Everyone loved it (although Julie might have been a little old for it). Julie liked helping the younger kids do the fun activities. Andy found friends as soon as we walked in.
Julie and Sadie had fun painting flowers in the Alice and Wonderland area.
I am not sure what this was that Sadie was driving, but she sure was happy about it!
All the kids worked in the construction are for a while.
Andy was too cool, couldn't even take his hood off.
Next up was the grocery store with little tiny shopping carts.
And multiple check out lanes. Julie was actually keeping a running total on the adding machine. That's my girl!
Then it was Sadie's turn to ring up Julie.
They had a couple of fun statues made out of old toys. This one was right when we walked in.
Then in the art room, we found this cool stuff that looked like play dough but was more like the consistency of circus peanuts. We played in there for a long time.
Veda was really focused on her art.
They had a fun story time that all the kids loved.
They also had a big carousel! Veda was excited about it, I promise, even if you can't tell by the picture.
After nap time, we met at a fun street car diner for dinner. The food was amazing and it was a fun way to spend our last night in Philadelphia.
It was so hard to say goodbye. We had a ridiculous amount of fun. We enjoyed every minute we got to spend with our family and got to do everything we wanted to while we were there.