Weekend Recap: A World of Wonder with Grey
The need for the perfect photo-op has gifted us countless exhibits of interactive art installations. While I've been to some of those that blur the line between fun and educational - like the Rosé Mansion where each installation represented the history of the wine within a particular country (yes, tasting included) - some are simply different rooms of cool moments to ignite senses. A lot of times, these exhibits do welcome children (check the info page to be sure). If you think that your child can handle the potentially hectic environment - there may be crowds due to the pop-up time frame that these usually have and lines tend to form between showrooms so that people can get their hotshots - I definitely recommend bringing them along for the sensory experience. Seeing their eyes light up is well worth it.
This past weekend, we visited WonderWorld in Soho. My little guy loved it - what toddler wouldn't love giant food, huge ball pits, and electric lights? - and because it's small-scale, it does not take very long to move through which is what I think keeps it from being crowded, a dream with a 2-year old in tow. Bonus: The staff was very accommodating to Grey from the get-go, which is absolutely worth mentioning.
Check out some of our moments on my IG story and in the gallery below:
"Electric Music" Tee: Fiorucci; Track Pants: Zara; Sneakers: Tretorn x Andre 3000 that I highlighted previously here.