Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast, Florida--Part II

After visiting the pirate ship, we were ready to see the rest of the Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast. Our first stop was the medical area, featuring a play-dentist chair.

Cousins get ready to work on their dad

Ready to brush?

L helps J out

Right next door the cousins played Operation with the biggest operating table I'd ever seen.

Operation station

L has a very steady hand

A unique display shows how the human skeleton works.

The cycling skeleton

Here's some raw footage of the skeleton in action...

video


Humans weren't the only ones in need of medical attention. A vet shop was open for business, looking for customers and employees.

Vets in action

After a hard day's doctoring, L went shopping while J went to the firehouse. L realized the firehouse is more exciting, so she eventually joined him.

L with a full cart of groceries

Classic fire engine

J suited up

L drives

Our final stop was the creative building area. Block of all sizes are available to make small and large structures. J made a fortress with a central keep.

J begins work

Side project by a cousin

"J's amazing fortress" says the sign

L worked with her cousins to build a house out of large, interlocking wooden slats. They even made a roof and a floor so the house would be more comfortable!

Building crew

L inside

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