Jack Frost returns and brings back the sock skating rink and winter castle and tunnels. The Snowman brings the interactive snow and snowball fights, and the Gingerbread friend brings a house where visitors can “bake cookies,” and decorate gingerbread houses. Skate on the sock skating rink, iceberg jump, toss snowballs, and see the biggest (20-foot snowman arriving December 8) in Boston! It will be a Snowmazing time!
“We are thrilled that Snowmazing has become an annual celebration,” said Carole Charnow, President & CEO. “Families can come to the Museum and escape the cold but still enjoy the fun of seasonal activities. Kids of all ages can experience the wonder of it all and create special memories that will last a lifetime.”
The Coziest Night of the Year: Cocoa, Cookies, and Characters
Saturday December 18th, 6:00-9:00pm
The wonder of Boston Children’s Museum meets cozy winter fun for all during the special winter event, the Coziest Night of the Year! Escape the winter chill in the Museum’s snuggly after-hours getaway featuring cocoa, cookies, characters, a “campfire,” and more. Visitors can craft their fantasy mug of hot cocoa with all the fixings from a toppings bar; make a fleece blanket to take home; and gather around for the coziest storytime in town with Jack Frost and friends. This festive, cozy celebration has fun for the whole family. All visitors are encouraged to wear their coziest pjs or comfiest outfits for this event. Tickets are required for this limited admission, cozy after-hours session and are $30 per child and $25 per adult. Tickets include:
- Access to the Museum
- A fleece blanket activity (take home your blanket!) with every child ticket
- Hot Cocoa and toppings bar
- Character meet and greets
- Storytime and songs around the “campfire”
- And more!
For more information visit www.BostonChildrensMuseum.org
Please remember masks are required for all visitors over the age of two.
The Museum will offer a full calendar of activities throughout the winter months that will incorporate hands-on making, creating, exploring, and playing both inside and outside the Museum. Science, art, music, and special family events together with fun-filled exhibits, will make a visit to the Museum memorable. The full calendar of events can also be found at https://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/calendar
Snowmazing is generously supported by the U.Fund 529 College Investing Plan, offered by MEFA. MEFA is a not-for-profit, self-financing state authority with a mission to help students and families access and afford higher education and reach financial goals through education programs, tax-advantaged savings plans, low-cost loans, and expert guidance. Learn more about MEFA at https://www.mefa.org.
The Museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays in two time slots 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:30-4:30pm. Admission is only by advance registration and ticketing. All visitors, including members, are required to reserve an advance ticket online at https://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/ticketing
Boston Children's Museum continues to maintain the highest standards for ensuring a safe and playful experience for staff and visitors. The Museum will continue to follow safety protocols, consistent with CDC guidance, including social distancing and face mask requirements for all visitors ages 2 and over regardless of vaccination status. For full information on what to expect, parents and caregivers should visit the Museum's website https://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/reopening.
Purchase general admission tickets here: https://bostonchildrensmuseum.org/ticketing
The Museum is also offering the Snowmazing at Home for those who may not be able to visit the Museum. Families can enjoy the giant library of winter activities with new ideas being added each week! https://bostonchildrensmuseum.org/at-home-activities-for-kids
Make Boston Children’s Museum part of your winter fun!