December 16, 2013

First Night Of Play At Omaha Children’s Museum

I haven’t made New Year’s Eve plans in a few years – four years to be exact, which “coincidentally” is my oldest child’s age. If you have kids with internal alarm clocks set to 6 a.m., staying out until midnight is not a good idea.

So what is a young family to do on New Year’s Eve?

You find a New Year’s Eve party with an early “midnight” and lots for your kids to do.

FNOP-2014Just going to the Omaha Children’s Museum is fun enough for kids, but the staff over there has big plans for partygoers on New Year’s Eve!

First, there’s the entertainment

They’ll have Balloon artists, face painters, a live concert by Dino O’Dell and a dance party.

A lot of activities are planned for New Year's Eve at Omaha Children's Museum.

A lot of activities are planned for New Year’s Eve at Omaha Children’s Museum.

Then, there are the goodies

Chow down on pizza from Dominos and dig through the goodie bags from Oriental Trading Company.

Then, there’s the finale

There’s a countdown at 8 p.m. complete with a bubble wrap stomp (it IS what you think it is… and who can resist bubble wrap?!). There is also a surprise or two in store!

This is one of the most unique ways I see kids being able to make noise and celebrate on New Year's Eve and it looks like so much fun!

This is one of the most unique ways I see kids being able to make noise and celebrate on New Year’s Eve and it looks like so much fun!

It sounds like a fun, safe night for kiddos, right? Don’t wait to get your tickets if this is something you want to do!

What you need to know

When: Tuesday, Dec. 31, 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S. 20th St.

Cost: $14 for non-members, $10 for members, kids 2 and younger are free but still need to be registered. Purchase tickets online.

This post was sponsored by Omaha Children’s Museum. All the opinions written are mine.

Comments

  1. This sounds like fun! I like Lincoln’s Children’s Museum as well!

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