Turkey Hill Ice Cream Factory

My family had an amazing time at the Turkey Hill Ice Cream Factory. If you love ice cream this place is a must. Some time ago I purchased discounted admission tickets ,and children under 4 enter the museum free! I’m so glad we didn’t let our tickets expire.

The museum guides you through the family history of Turkey Hill allowing you to hop in their first ice cream delivery truck and watch a short movie about the ice cream factory. You are able to start to finish experience what it takes to make delicious ice cream and teas. There are cows to milk, quality control microscopes to determine if the milk is up to par, mixing and packaging stations where you can name and design your own package! You can even take a walk through the freezer, make a commercial and best of all…. UNLIMITED SAMPLES! The samples are a size of a scoop somy family was soooo full before we got to the Taste Lab! We were able to make our own pint sized flavor! This was a yummy experience for any ice cream lover!
Thanks to my love for snapping these great photos in between bites of ice cream 🙂





Please Touch Museum

I (parents lets be honest) had my heart set on The Please Touch Museum for some time and I’m so pleased that Liv and I got to visit this summer! Literally this is thee most interactive and exciting children’s I am aware of thus far. This museum is just a short road trip away from DC located in Philadelphia. Perfect little day trip with your toddler. A few of the elements include
Water play with wonderful smocks available to protect from the inevitable splashes, Alice in wonderland play zone, musical parade, grocery store, mail truck, doctors office (all of which have tons of little toy sized pieces to enhance the experience) the doctors office has exam tables.



Words can’t do this place justice! It’s magical! Set in a very a humongous building that would otherwise house something much more serious… this children’s museum is a joy. The carousel inside is a must ride and of course we loaded up in the gift shop because no trip is complete without a little gift.