FatherSon Ventures

Building a Relationship through Adventure

Inside Noah’s Ark

I’d heard about the Noah’s Ark Exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Art Center from a few parents at local parks, and my initial thought was that an art museum and young kids seemed like a incongruous pairing. Like broussel sprouts on a pizza. However, the Noah’s Ark Exhibit is like falling into the Land of […]

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Pretend City

“You’re being a helicopter,” the Wife tells me with more than a hint of displeasure in our first five minutes at a kid’s museum called Pretend City. There are kid-sized versions of a library, café, post office, gas station, construction site, health center, bank, fire station, beach, amphitheatre, art studio, and farm, and toddler-age kids […]

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