It was a Tuesday, school closed due to Qing Ming so I brought my sons for a quick tour at the museum. It was Aden's second visit and Toby's first.
For your information, this Perak museum is the oldest museum in Peninsular Malaysia.
Entrance fees is RM2 for adults, free admission for children below 12 years old.
Operating hours is 9am-6pm daily.
Ok let's go!
Kor kor's photography skill not bad eh? :p
The boys are more interested in the nature gallery, which they exhibit animals and fishes.
Toby got really excited ;)
It was a wise decision to go on weekday, not many visitors, in fact just us that time haha! So they can run and I don't have to worry too much :p
On the first floor is the cultural village, they are too young to understand that so we just walk one round and leave. Plus it was a bit spooky, the room is darker with mannequins and masks display... hehe~
There are some 3D wall paintings inside as well
On the outside, there's a small area which exhibits some antique cars and trishaw
Also a jet....
... and a train
There is also an outdoor playground for children at the back of the museum, as well as a small corner of souvenir shop (din't manage to take photo)
Let's wefie before leaving!
Leaving the museum we went to the nearby McD to feed our grumbling tummies! That's our mother-and-sons 2 hours morning activity! I like! ^^
Though museum can be a bit boring for many of us, I would say it's a good idea to bring the kids there, at least once la!
For more details about Perak museum please visit their website HERE.