Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Children's Museum

We went to the Children's Museum the other day and, similar to some other things we've seen in Delhi, you just don't quite know what to expect. It's almost set up like a campus with a big green lawn in the middle. Surrounding it are several buildings--the aquarium, the museum, some classrooms, a hostel and an outdoor theater. We didn't visit every part because it was hot and Dorian was determined to find the train whose tracks we saw encircling the whole campus. After much walking around and asking, we found out that the little train was not working.

But, we did run into these nice police officers who helped me carry the stroller down some stairs.The one closest to Arthur was so sweet--he asked if he could give the boys a kiss and I asked to take a photo.
Regardless of its small size, the boys loved watching the fish.

I had to take a photo of this...it was just on display near the classrooms.

Colorful mural.

Jet near the entrance.

There's a lot we didn't see. The only exhibit room was saw in the museum itself wasa display on the sun and our solar system. It was dark and dusty, but fun to see the models, paintings and photos. We'll definitely go back, but when the weather is a bit cooler.

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