If I had a child, I would take him/her to the Please Touch Museum on a monthly basis. It’s a wonderful and fun place for a child to let his/her imagination run lose. I have always been curious about this place, but never had a reason to visit until recently. When Aimee told me they would be in town for a short period; I immediately cleared my schedule just to see her and her family. Little did I know what they had planned for that afternoon. When she texted me the address, I had no idea nor did I question where I was going. However, she sent another message to me to let me know they had a ticket for me. At first, I was confused and wondered why they bought tickets, since I had assumed I would meet them at a cafe in University City. However, I was driving so I couldn’t really texted her with my questions. As soon as I arrived at the destination, she told me we were all going to play with little Gia in the Museum.
The museum is an awesome place to be, with several interactive playground themes for kid. I was fascinated by the details of the theme for each playground. It’s a great place for kids to meet and play. Gia and I spent the whole afternoon playing make-believe in different parts of the Museum. We went from having afternoon tea to riding on a Septa Bus to walking through the garden maze in Wonderland. We had so much fun that I noticed Gia brought the kid out in me. It was a nice and heartfelt reminder of what it’s like to be a kid again. Most importantly, the quality of time spent with them was the greatest gift I could ever received. ^^
Photos courtesy to Andy for capturing these moments. 🙂