A project of the USS Constitution Museum
This drop-in gallery program gives every family member a role as they work together to build and fire an Alka-Seltzer™ cannon.
Families must work together in this fun and collaborative program to build a ship that meets the criteria of a design challenge.
Impress with a Quill Pen gives participating families a customized intergenerational experience that enriches their museum visit.
Tools of the Trade: Caulking is a drop-by gallery program that invites families to try the distinctive, historic process of waterproofing a ship.
The Lippitt House Museum’s family drop-in program, Lippitt Labs, utilizes the historic house’s unique rooms to offer stationed hands-on activities.
This unique take on a scavenger hunt invites participating families to complete the tasks in their own time outside of the library.
This child-directed, drop-in activity promotes open-ended, creative play with simple materials in a large open space.
This program offers STEAM activities directly linked to local school curriculum and reinforces that the Attleboro Public Library is a community center of learning.
As book club members, participating mother and daughter pairs are invited to plan a monthly meeting, keeping them invested in the program.
This family program features art-making and a self-guided scavenger hunt. It helps families see the museum as a resource for lifelong learning.
These family gallery tours interpret the exhibitions in a way that all members of the family can understand and appreciate.
Design challenges that encourage collaboration and creativity are central to these Family Workshops and directly relate to what is happening at the Botanic Gardens.