As the weather gets colder, you’ll want to find some fun indoor attractions in the area to do with the grandkids over the holiday break. If you live in Renaissance at Morgan Creek, you’ll find there are plenty of places in Bucks County to take the kids for some fun when the weather is less than stellar.
Located on Route 263 in Lahaska, Giggleberry Fair sits in Peddler’s Village, featuring many play areas for different ages. Giggles Discovers is for kids six and under, featuring a water table, a fire station section, puppet theatre, kiddie rides, and the Grand Carousel. There’s also Giggleberry Mountain, a three-story, six-level obstacle course and maze, with berry blasters and foam balls for un-ending fun. Open Monday – Thursday from 10am – 5pm, Friday and Saturday from 10am – 9pm and Sundays from 10am – 6pm, the prices will vary based on the activities but range from $5.50 up to $22.99 for different experiences!
Bucks County Children’s Museum
While it’s a bit of a drive from Renaissance at Morgan Creek, you can make this a super special trip with the grandkids. Located at 500 Union Square Drive in New Hope, this open play space features interactive areas for the little ones. Build a fort, design your very own race car, dig for dino fossils, or play in the recreated version of the town square. It’s only $8 to get in, and kids under one get in for free. Closed Mondays, the museum is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Da Vinci Science Center
This is fun for both you and the kids! With a variety of exhibits for kids of all ages – you can see the science of waves, check out the marine tank, build something cool such as a Mack truck, learn about earthquakes, or experience a hurricane (indoors)! With so many different exhibits and experiences, you won’t know where to start! Open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm and Sundays from noon until 5pm, head on over to 3145 Hamilton Blvd. Bypass in Allentown. Tickets will cost you $12.95 for general admission (children ages 3 and up). Learn more about it here.
With over 28 hands-on activities, you’ll get your fill of colorful fun at the Crayola Experience center in Easton, PA. There are four floors of fun where you can name and wrap your own Crayola crayon, or be the star in a coloring page – your little ones will be occupied for hours as you make your way through the Crayola Experience. Both educational and fun, this is a great way to spend the day as a family when it’s a bit too chilly outside. Hours vary during the holiday season, so be sure to check their website or their events calendar before your plan your trip. Since it’s a 45-minute drive from Renaissance Creek, you’ll want to plan your day accordingly!
Lehigh Valley Mall
If all else fails to entertain your teen grandchildren, take them to the Lehigh Valley Mall. Stocked with the latest in boutiques, music shops, and of course the food court, your grandkids are sure to find something they love here. Spend an hour or the whole day and grab something to eat while there.
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