An Adventure Through History
The South Shore Children's Museum is where play and learning come together! The museum provides an opportunity for children to discover our nation’s rich past through hands-on experiences -- without ever having to leave the South Shore! Each exhibit teaches them about a different aspect of American history through exciting interactive play. From creating crafts to sharing stories, children will learn about America and have fun doing it!
The Native American Exhibit!
People often notice the TeePee and the Wigwam when they enter the museum, but what you may not know about the exhibit is how much of it there really is (which includes the Cranberry Bog from last month’s spotlight).
A lot of people know that this picture (to the right) is
apart of the exhibit, but are usually confused as to what it is for
Many guess it
put your face in the hole
poster, but it is actually a game about trying to figure out
s inside the hole and how the Native Americans may
have used them.
Here in Massachusetts, we have a lot of Native
American roots. Some people even still find some
arrowheads around the area that Native Americans may
have used in the past.
So come on in and explore the exhibit and see what other
surprises are in the museum!