A couple of weekends ago, Chris & I took the gruesome twosome to a place called Einstein’s Workshop in Burlington, MA. Einstein’s Workshop is an amazing space for kids to explore the creative side of science, technology, engineering, and math.
In addition to numerous classes, Einstein’s Workshop features a drop-in indoor space for kids, where kids can build & play with LEGOs, K’nex, Zome, magnetic blocks, wooden, stone, and cardboard blocks, electronics kits, puzzles, board games, and computer games.
We walked in to a ginormous room filled with all kinds of things to build, but as soon as the kids came across the room with computers set up to play Minecraft, I couldn’t drag them away. You see, I don’t really let them play those kinds of games at home, so they went hog wild when they saw it.
Chris even got in on the action for a little while.
Finally, after a good hour and a half, my nine year old decided that he wanted to build something.
There was so much to do there, but like I said, we didn’t really take advantage of it like I wished we had. It just means we’ll have to go back I guess.
Einstein’s Workshop is located at 25 Adams Street in Burlington, MA.
The drop in rate is $12 per child (18 and under) for two hours. Each child may be accompanied by one adult at no additional charge.