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Museum Tour Great Gifts and Educational Toys


Hey Neighbors!

I learned about a new company, called Museum Tour.  Apparently they are well known for their fall catalog and they also have a website.  You can find all kinds of neat gift ideas on their website.  This is the type of website my children will bookmark and spend hours searching through.  I signed up to receive their catalog!
Remember all the neat toys you see when you visit museums, zoos and such, but were unable to purchase at the time.  Now you can consider purchasing some of them as holiday gifts from Museum Tour.  I am warning you ahead of time, once you allow your children to view this website they are going to be able to create a huge list of "I want!"  I am having fun perusing their site.

I received the HEXBUG Nano Zip Line Starter Set.  I am also going to receive the Doodling Robot.  Since the Doodling Robot has been delayed I am going to post this now, and then add a smaller post after I receive the other.  Below are pictures of the HEXBUG zip line, but be sure to watch the video to see it in action.

We had a great time playing with the Nano Zip Line Starter Set.  It comes with it's own HEXBUG, the track and zip line and 4 harness pieces so you can use more than one HEXBUG at a time.  This was easy to set up and we had a GREAT time watching them as they raced around and then slid down the zip line.  Yes, we all played with it!

A Little About Museum Tour:
The Museum Tour website and catalog is the brainchild of a former museum director. As a former educator and president of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, she recognized a need for enjoyable, easy to communicate teaching aides to assist parents in fulfilling their role as primary educators. After all, in every generation parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents have taken on the responsibility of insuring that the children become contributing members of society. But the training tools they used were found in the kitchen, garage, and farmyard. Today, to compete globally, we need modern props (that are rapidly changing) to assist our children's learning. The Museum Tour website and annual catalog make it easy for adults to create enjoyable learning opportunities for children beyond the museum and science center walls. Visit them today at

I am also including a few pictures of other products they carry.  Take a look at these and then be sure to visit their site for more great gift ideas!  This could seriously cut down on your shopping time!

Civil War Soldiers
Civil War Soldiers
Demolition Set
Biometric Scanner
Biometric Scanner

These are just a few of the interesting items available at Museum Tour, I am making a list myself of the items I find that I think my children would like.  Be sure to visit their website and take a look around, encourage your children to look also!  And of course take time to follow them on their social media for all kinds of updates!

Please remember this review is not about the HEXBUG Nano Zip Line Starter Set, but about Museum Tour.  Oh, and check out the specials below!

 I have a discount code to share : MOMSALE, which will give you 15% off some secret items through Nov. 30th. If you use this code on the following linked items, at checkout the discounted price will be calculated.
Holiday Gift Products from Press Release   Retail $
Living Sands                                                   $79.95
Enchantmints Horse Jewelry Box              $29.99
Enchantmints Unicorn Jewelry Box          $29.99
Enchantmints Ballerina Jewelry Box         $29.99
TacTic Toss                                                     $19.99
Target Toss                                                     $19.99
Twin Gyroscopes and Strings                      $14.99
Sew Fun Machine Set                                    $79.99
Mixed Media                                                   $29.99
Easy Weaver                                                   $120.00
Seek and Find Deluxe Kit                               $28.85
Design with Tools Workshop                       $39.99
Lap Loom                                                         $45.00
Complete Doctor Kit                                      $36.99
Dino Bump Game                                            $24.99 
Slinky Dog Set                                                  $29.99
Design and Drill                                                $39.99
Water Color Canvas                                       $24.99  
The Repurposed Library                                $24.95          
Meteor Rocket                                                $19.99
Solar System in My Room                             $34.99
Dino Checkers                                                 $24.99

One person will receive a $30 GC to Museum Tour.  Enter now and then share this giveaway with others!  Thanks again for stopping by.  See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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ShellyH said…
We love science so we would choose the
karenmed409 said…
The kids like to build things with grandpa, I think they would like the Magformers Light Show
LauraJJ said…
Oh I really like the Sure Shot Soccer! Carter would have lots of fun with that!
Kristen said…
I like the Magformers Light Show.
Jessica said…
My daughter would flip for the Exploration Station. She is fascinated with paw prints in the snow and this would be so loved by her. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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Nancy said…
I like the Mosaic House Number Kit :
Mary said…
I like the Secrets of Great Magicians Set.
cman said…
I like the wooden bird house.

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