I am going to visit Hasbro Game Park at The Strong National Museum of Play.
I will walk through the museum with my adult to the game park. We will pass other exhibits where children are playing. Before I get to the Hasbro Game Park, I will pass by Puppy’s Game Café where guests drink coffee or eat snacks.
The Cafe may be crowded with people enjoying snacks and there may be some smells that I like and some smells that I don’t like.
I will pass through two sets of sliding glass doors and go outside. Now I am in Hasbro Game Park!
I may see a museum host wearing a blue shirt and walking around or standing near the entrance. They will answer questions or help me find a game to play on the lawn.
I will see Mr. Potato Head on the lawn and can take my picture with him. The lawn is made from turf, which looks like real grass but is soft to the touch. There is an arch that gives the lawn shade, so I am not too hot. If I step off the lawn, I will be in the sunlight.
There may be many people at the Hasbro Game Park but the adult I am with can find quiet areas.
I can sit in the wheel-chair accessible Game of Life merry-go-round. I can use the disk to spin us in circles. We may have to share the seats with other kids. It is fun to see other people having a good time!
I can go inside the Monopoly houses and climb giant Jenga blocks. There will be other kids playing here, too.
I can visit the Dungeons and Dragons area. If I press the red button when it lights up, the four-headed dragons may breathe fire and smoke!
When I am done playing, my adult and I exit through the sliding doors and go into the museum. There are no other ways to leave the garden.
I will have a great time visiting the Hasbro Game Park!