Winter is a great time of year to go to museums, and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is a GREAT one. It truly has something for everyone: a huge space dedicated just to water play, a garage and workshop, really cool interactive art, a section just for babies and toddlers, a floor tilted at a 25 degree angle (which after you cross you can go down the fastest wooden slide ever) and my very favorite part of all — “the studio”, where you can try your hand at papermaking, silk screening and other print making, as well as paint and clay. Best of all, if you are a member of a science-ish museum, you can get your family in for free! The only problem is that it’s really hard to follow your young kids around and watch them because you want to do all the stuff yourself!!!