Momtrends and several of our blogger friends and their families gathered to welcome the first-ever Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle exhibit at the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey. Our private, fun-filled engagement entertained both adults and children with Ninja themed activities, a Ninja certification course (tough to pass), a pizza party and, of course, a private meet & greet with the Turtles.
There is a reason the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle are New York City’s Family Ambassadors. They have spunk, skill, smarts and stealth. Plus, they are named after the four most famous Renaissance Italian artists and they love pizza!
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Be prepared to work through puzzles, mazes and obstacles in the sewer-like lair, where good guys win and bad guys lose!
Following your visit in the Lair, stop by to explore “The Science of Pizza” with Donatello Arpaio and Pete Genovese in a special presentation and pizza cooking demo.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post compliments of The Liberty Science Center. Thank you so much for inviting us to experience the new exhibit.