Hi everyone! I'm Nate, and I'm almost 6 years old.
Nate on the steps in front the c.1760 William Brown House.
Back in 2019, I reviewed London Town when I was 2.5 years old, so I figured it was time for an update.
My mom and I spent the afternoon at the museum recently. I started in the Discover London Town exhibit in the Visitor Center. I loved exploring the interactive maps, learning to play Mancala, and drawing.
However, my favorite thing to do was to build with bricks. Fortunately, these bricks are a lot lighter than the ones the William Brown House is made from!
Then we went to explore the reconstructed colonial buildings like the Tenement.
Inside, Diana showed us how they cooked food during the colonial period. There was a real fire, and it smelled amazing!
I really love playing games, so I was happy to find Backgammon and Shut the Box inside the William Brown House.
(I decided to make up my own rules to play)
Shut the Box was so much fun that I actually got a small version from the gift shop to take home.
After playing so much in the historic area, we headed over to the Sound and Sensory Garden. Can you spot me running over there?
I could have played on the musical instruments for hours.
Look, more games! Yes! I played my mom in Tic-Tac-Toe using painted oyster shells.
We had such a great time at London Town! We come here often (and if you think you might, don't forget to get a membership. My mom said we can use our membership card not only at London Town but to visit at lots of other gardens and museums across the entire country - Wow!)
In the end, we spent over two hours at London Town. We could have spent more, but the site was closing to get ready for a wedding.
If you want to visit London Town with your parents or grandparents too, take them to learn more here!