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Port Discovery Museum Part III

We had such a fun time at the Port Discovery Museum in Baltimore that I had to share some of the pictures that weren’t related to The Wizard of Oz.

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Luke’s favorite part by far was the giant climbing structure that went up all three floors in the middle of the museum. I didn’t actually get a photo of that part, because I was trying to keep track of the kids. It was tough! But fun.
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Scarlett’s favorite was Tiny’s Diner, a “realistic 50’s style diner, kids can ‘cook’ and serve food to their parents while using their math skills to ring up orders at the cash register.”

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Luke served me a bowl full of fruit and Scarlett found some pie and waffles in the fridge.
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Scarlett rung up my order.

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Luke pretended to chat on his very first pay phone.

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We played here for a good while before finally checking out other things. It was an awesome play space.

Next, we found Wonders of Water which was also a blast. We floated boats, connected pipes, washed windows, and even played music with water.

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There was a lot of other stuff, too. I forgot to take pictures in the pretend convenience store where the kids used an ATM and pumped some gas! They pretended to drive a train and load it with cargo. They started to explore ancient Egypt but Scarlett thought it was too scary. We even took a break in The Oasis, where they painted rocks with water, put together a Mr. Potato Head, and relaxed with some crayons and books.
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Port Discovery is a terrific children’s museum, even for little ones like mine. They had a wonderful time.