Tuesday, January 6, 2015

The Mind Museum: An Awesome Family Bonding Experience with Science and Technology

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Now, with the holidays behind us, we’re very much ready to kick off 2015 with a big bang that's hopefully louder than all the explosive fireworks and boombastic sound-tripping and ear-popping karaoke sessions that happened before, during and after the 2015 New Year celebrations.

I know I was able to start my year right with a TV appearance in one of the top TV stations in the country and won at a raffle during the launch of the world's first digital fighting top at my very first blogging event for the year.

But I think my best accomplishment to start the year was an educational Science and Technology exploration at The Mind Museum with my family. There is nothing better than quality time with family and I am glad I was able to spend the first days of 2015 with some bonding opportunities with my wife and three kids before they finally return to their studies in school.

A whole day spent attending Sunday mass, food-tripping at three restaurants, a bit of shopping for new clothes for the year, and lining up at the barbershop to trim our hair, we also got to experience an afternoon at an amazing venue specially designed to enhance the creativity and imagination of every child.

With whole day passes for the entire family, our visit at The Mind Museum was an amazing Science and Technology learning adventure. Located at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig, this is the museum for the younger generation who would like to learn while having fun at the same time.

The Mind Museum could be called a magically enchanting place as you'll definitely experience a lot of learning discoveries at every corner of the interactive museum. All children and even the kid-at-heart will definitely be at awe once they see all the interesting attractions on display and majority available for hands-on experience.

Where else can you see a showcase of Science and Technology-rich displays like the humongous Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton, the room where you can take stand-still photos of your shadows, the piano keys stairs, an interactive TV monitor where you can interact with dinosaurs, and a lot more exciting attractions that will surely make your child's eyes open wide in wonder and amazement.

Our day at The Mind Museum was a fascinating way to end the school break for the kids. It's now back to studying for them but we would still love to visit during weekends. I hope they add new attractions so there will always be something different every visit.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice article! It shows that we should always have time bonding with our family. I think that it is really exciting and at the same time is educational.


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