Took a trip with the family this weekend to the New York Transit Museum. It’s pretty cool to see all of the old trains that they’ve used throughout the history of NYC. They also have a specific time where they do activities for the kids, this week they built snow plows/trains out of cardboard, popsicle sticks and other random stuff.

If you’re into history and are into this sort of thing the kids will definitely enjoy it and the price isn’t bad either. It was only $7 for adults and $5 for children which isn’t bad for a couple of hours of your time.

It was interesting trying to explain to my daughter what subway token was and how we used to use them. The closest analogy I got to was Chuck E. Cheese tokens which finally sunk in.

Hope you enjoy some of the photos. Check out more information on their website here: New York Transit Museum.

Posted by James Poling

A socialist, tinkerer, thinker, question asker and all around curiosity seeker. If you'd like to reach me you can use the contact link above or email me at jamespoling [at] gmail [dot] com.

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