So yesterday, Mandy and I happened to run into each other at the Lutz Museum in Manchester. Totally random, I swear! Although, I guess it’s not so surprising given that the Lutz is such a great destination for those of us with preschoolers. We’ve been big fans ever since Mandy’s first visit to the Lutz last year.
All our kiddos were totally mesmerized by the electric train that zooms around a track near the ceiling.
The train is controlled by a little blue button up in the loft area (where the little ones can get an up-close view). The button on the left makes the train go, and the one on the right makes a train horn sound. Fun!
We also noticed some new additions since Mandy’s first visit. A new play house with puzzles and blocks inside.
And a fun new staircase to explore (you know how much toddlers LOVE to go up and down stairs!):
Some other things that make the Lutz really parent-friendly: FREE coffee. Yay 🙂
And plenty of places to hang coats and bags so you don’t have to cart them around with you:
Don’t forget to read Mandy’s full post on this toddler hotspot before you head out there. But if you’re going this week (school vacation!), just make sure to get there early 🙂
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