This month, our guest post comes from Florida’s panhandle. I lived in Tallahassee in my early 20’s, and have fond memories of the beautiful beaches and…oppressive humidity. Jen from Two Kids and a Map hails from Pensacola, and apparently doesn’t suffer from humidity-induced bad hair days like I do. Lucky. She shares her family’s experiences at one of her favorite local attractions, the National Naval Aviation Museum.
Where we went, and who was coerced into going:
My husband and I took our two children, ages 4 and 6, and explored the National Naval Aviation Museum, the world’s largest Naval Aviation Museum, and one of Florida’s most visited museums. It is located in Pensacola, Florida.
WHY did you go there, exactly?
I have a confession to make. We go to the National Naval Aviation Museum at least once a month during the school year and once a week during the summer. I knew the Naval Aviation Museum was big, but I had no idea it was the world’s largest until Traci told me it was! The Naval Aviation Museum is a great way to get the kids out of the Florida heat while avoiding the “I’m bored” chorus!
Okay, what was so cool about it?