veryone’s been there: stuck inside with your toddler(s) on a cold, rainy, November day… especially this year! 2018 has been Greater Boston’s wettest fall on record. So what’s a parent to do when your kids on a stormy day?
Rain or shine, the Acton Discovery Museum has thoughtful and engaging exhibits. Even if you’re rained out of the tree house complex, you’ll find more than enough fun in their crafty exhibits that look like they came right out of Pinterest. Whether your kids love activities with light, bubbles, sand, air, music, and everything in between, they’ll find something they love at the Discovery Museum.
A Cambridge staple for inner-suburb parents, Imagine Playspace is a playroom for a whole community. They have a large and high-quality selection of toys for young children. Watch your kids climb, bounce, swing, and ride on the lower level or enjoy the imaginative and problem-solving play on the upper level.
Sacco’s has a been a hit with Davis Square residents young and old. The pizza is excellent, craft beer is on tap, and they have several lanes of candle pin bowling. Kids will love watching the pizza cook in the brick oven, which has a conveniently-placed bench directly in front of but a safe distance from the oven. Once you’ve had some pizza, bowl a few rounds. Even the littlest bowlers can have fun, since Sacco’s keeps assist ramps handy.