Can you really beat a day at the Children's Museum? Only if you ad in Church, a stop for coffee (for Mom and Dad, of course), and a beautiful day in the sixties with sun to cut the grass, do some gardening, play around, grill out, and relax. Church certainly provided the nice start-up to the day ("Count your blessings." "The Lord is your Shepherd. There is nothing you shall want."), while the Children's Museum provided the necessary physical kick-start for the kids - plus, it seemed to be nice variety for their minds to wander and just think.
As you can clearly see, they had ZERO fun :) What with the roof top sensory exhibit, the human-sized ant hill, the weather warning wheels, the castle Legos, the hands-on water and bubbles, and the grocery store, the kids needed much more to do. They also had fun using their imaginations with the community clinic, metro transit, and US post office exhibits. My daughter threw on the USPS smock/coat and satchel and delivered mail for a good 10-15 minutes :) I told her that it was in her blood :)