This hands-on science museum is great for families with kids, though curious adults will learn here too. See if you can outsmart some tricky brain puzzles or hoist yourself up in a seat attached to a pulley system. Special exhibits come through at times, but the attraction that makes this museum stand out is the Lego Millyard Project. This reproduction of the Amoskeag Millyard circa 1900 is the largest permanent Lego installation at minifigure scale in the world, and it’s definitely worth seeing.
It’s a partly cloudy spring day in The Queen City, and it’s 7:35PM.
Go out for dinner.