Kids can do “party floats” at this Pasadena museum – NBC Los Angeles



What there is to know

  • Kidspace Children’s Museum in Pasadena
  • Every day until December 31, 2021
  • The Festive Floats workshop, a 40-minute experience, is included with museum admission

When you are a children’s educational institution and just steps from one of the most famous stadiums on the planet, a place that is packed with thrills on the first day of the year, you are going to be swept away. the annual spectacle, quite understandable.

Thus, the Kidspace Children’s Museum is and will continue to be until December 31, 2021, the eve of the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl in 2022.

This is the famous Pasadena Museum located in Brookside Park, which is, yes, not that far from Rose Bowl Stadium, and a short walk from where the tanks roll along Colorado Boulevard.

To honor this cheerful fact and offer visitors a creative project that has strong local ties, the museum has designed a Festive Float Workshop, a 40-minute session that gives children ages 5 and up the chance to build their own float. .

Of course, tank designers won’t build the big machines that gracefully and beautifully run through Crown City on New Years Day. But let’s bet these little wonders will give their young builders a noticeable sense of accomplishment.

Dream. To believe. To achieve. The theme of the Rose Parade 2022 is our inspiration for this challenge of building locomotion and cardboard automatons “, shares Kidspace on its site.

“Guests will build a mini parade float and create a simple animation inspired by the annual Rose Parade.”

Something as sweet as a rose is fragrant? The festive float workshop is included in the entrance to the museum.

This happens daily, until December 31, as do a number of other events at the museum, including the popular Winter Frolic.


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