The poison exhibit was amazing, gorgeous and interesting.
It featured poisons from various cultures, and poisons from fairy tales, and how they work vs. what people think they did at the time. Plus there were great exhibits explaining how too much of something is good and too much of something is poison.
They had great interactive activities where the kids could solve mysteries of poison too which they loved. Well, they like pushing buttons anyway.
Plus there were fairy wings to wear. I'm not sure what that had to do with poison though, but yay fairy wings right?
Do fairies poison people? That would be jerkish of them as they have magic and stuff too. This little fairy put on a puppet show.
It felt good to get out and be ourselves again, we haven't done for a while. We hit an early breakfast and then spent a couple of hours at one of our favorite places, the Fernbank. It felt like home, I'm glad we'll be going back more.
I found this picture from one of our first visits, possibly our first, in 2007.
That's Miles, and was so so long ago.