I simply can’t say enough about how awesome the Magic House camps are for your creative kids! Mitch has done the Maker Camp twice and the art camp for the first time last year. My only disappointment is that this will be the last summer that’s he’s young enough to attend. :sob:
Spring break weather is always a little dicey in St. Louis—it could be nice enough for a family picnic in Forest Park or you could end up on a sled ride down Art Hill! The smart mom will plan for indoor activities, but will be ready to toss those aside for a spontaneous hike through […]
The Magic House might call itself a “museum” but kids just call it fun. The house started out as old Victorian home in Kirkwood with a prime location on S. Lindbergh, er, S. Kirkwood Road. (Kirkwood likes to rename things, or maybe it’s just part of their rivalry with Lindbergh High School.)
Mitch is still making cardboard machines 10 months after learning about the wonders of duct tape at the Magic House’s Camp Make It last summer. I’ve already signed the kid up for another session in June, and I’d like to invite you to join us!
A kid with a tiny trolley on a stick ran past me on a polka dot sidewalk while a little girl meowed at me from behind a kitty cat mask. Welcome to Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood.
The Magic House has a lot of awesome new exhibits open right NOW plus the super fun fort building exhibit is coming back in July! Mitch and I have been out to the Magic House a few times this summer to check out Future Lab in the traveling exhibit space and Sandcastle Beach in the […]
Letting the kids build a fort out of bed sheets and pillows is a great way to beat the boredom blues…but it also wrecks your living room! Avoid the giant mess and head over to the Magic House this summer to build the Ultimate Fort–at their house! The latest exhibit from the Magic House is […]
The Magic House is the premier place to play in St. Louis for little kids. It’s fun and sneaks in just the right amount of education when the kids aren’t looking. I’m not sure when the Magic House got so expensive–but you can avoid that $10 a head ticket price if you wait for a […]