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Reminder to all giant children: Boston Children’s Museum has ‘grown-ups’ night

21-plus only!

The Boston Children's Museum is a family favorite. Les Veilleux

A friendly notice to everybody who forgot: Boston Children’s Museum has a special night dedicated just to adults, so now you, an adult, can play like a kid without all the kids.

A summer kick-off edition of the “Boston Grown-Up’s Museum” is happening on Wednesday, June 22 for a night of lounging, adult games, and cocktail sipping.

As for cool happenings taking place that night, visitors that stop by can play cornhole, make a sandcastle (because summer!), build a “big kid” fortress, or play a game of Jenga with the museum’s giant Jenga set. Adults can also take advantage of the museum’s grandiose playgrounds—without worrying about knocking over any tots.

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Beer, wine, and snacks are available for purchase. It’s 21-plus event so, seriously: big kids only.

(This particular “summer”edition is happening Wednesday, June 22 from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Boston Children’s Museum; $25 for tickets; 21+)

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