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Science Museum

The other day we decided we should check out some of the museums in our city and decided to start off at the Science Museum. We didn't have very high expectations. We hadn't really heard of anyone going to this museum, and couldn't really find much about it online, so I wasn't sure it would be any good or not. It was actually really awesome! We had a lot of fun!

The first floor we were on had a lot of old things - I loved this big wheel and Aashini was amazed by it!
I currently use my maiden name as my middle name, but before I was married, my middle name was Moire', so I had to to take a picture here :)
Aashini loved this part. She kept rubbing that guy's bald head :) haha!
The main problem with the museum was that it didn't have central Air Conditioning. There were fans all around and there were free-standing AC units here and there, but it was still pretty hot. Other than that, we were impressed. There were tons of interactive things to touch, play with and see how they work. Aashini LOVED it!
Aashini's favorite things were the musical ones. This one (below) was her favorite. You could run around and play the piano by running pas the sensors :)
I love seeing new things in our city and exploring - it's fun! :)


Emily said…
Her hair looks like it's gotten much longer!
SouthAsiaRocks said…
yes! It really has and I'm not sure what to do with it :) haha!
Fun! Yay for new discoveries even after living somewhere for several years!
We have a really cool science museum in our city, too. I had never been there until recently cause I had just assumed it wouldn't be good. I love good surprises. (And Grace is right there with Diya on loving feet! Yummy!)

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