Sponsored Post: Stories, Gossip, and Little Hackers with Museum Hack

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San Francisco has some of the country’s most amazing museums, unique adventures, and sights to see. How do you choose what to do when you have all of these cool experiences to pick from? We’ve got one very unique experience you have to try: a museum tour with Museum Hack! A museum tour might not sound very exciting, but add a little salacious gossip, some scandalous stories, and selfies with the art, and you’ve got an experience fit for anyone who doesn’t like museums.

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Museum Hack is a renegade tour company that runs unconventional tours at the de Young in San Francisco. They have a variety of tours for all interests. The Un-Highlights Tour, which finds the coolest and weirdest stuff in the de Young, is a great introduction to the museum with an energetic spin. Feeling bold? Museum Hack Beta Tours are a unique method the company uses to mint new guides and try out different stories. They recently ran a murder-mystery-in-the-museum-themed beta tour at the de Young!

If you have kids and are travelling in New York City, Museum Hack has a really cool Little Hackers program. Little Hackers tours are private experiences designed for families with children 13 and under! The content is developed specifically for families, meaning all content is family friendly and so are the activities. They do these private tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History in NYC!

Highlights of a private Little Hackers Tour?

* Fun photos with the artifacts!

* Content that will keep your kids keep your kids learning and excited

* Pee Breaks – really! Optimized for the kiddos, so they don’t miss anything

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Why are Museum Hack tours so awesome? They hire passionate guides who actually love what they do and inject high energy into a normally slow-paced environment. No two tours are alike because the guides can customize a tour to fit the group’s interests, but the sassy spirit is always present.

Museum Hack has one other trick up their sleeve: they’ve turned their museum adventures into awesome team building events. If you’re a company looking to have fun with your staff but also encourage team bonding, a Museum Hack team building tour could be a great option for you. Museum Hack will work with you to customize the tour based on your company’s values, history, and goals.

So even if you’re not a big fan of museums, Museum Hack is a unique way to learn and have fun at the same time. Their tours are perfect for anyone visiting San Francisco, but are still great for locals who want to experience their city in a different way!

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

5 years, 7 months.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack,

As we journeyed on in our family’s first road trip as a family of four (in the 2016 Toyota Highlander) last week, we made our next stop the Delta Flight Museum.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

The funny thing is, I really didn’t what know to expect beforehand: I’m not sure I had ever been to any kind of airplane museum before.

But once we got there, I realized what a great fit it was for our entire family!

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

I loved seeing how excited you were by everything surrounding you- there were planes hanging from the sky, planes for us to walk through, a small plane for you to get in, and a tunnel… all for you to explore.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Not only was there so much to see there, but Mommy and I loved the pace of the place.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

It was so open and spread out, and served as a non-intimidating environment for a family with a small baby. They have a theater room that plays a short film about the history of Delta Airlines.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Mommy was able to feed your sister her bottle there in the theater while our family watched the big screen.

I also couldn’t help but notice how helpful and courteous all the staff was.

Of course it wouldn’t be an event if Mommy and I didn’t let you get a souvenir, so you find the gift shop and you were excited to adopt a white bear in a bomber jacket.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

It was a wise decision to make the Delta Flight Museum part of our Atlanta road trip. Your attention was easily captivated the entire time we were there- and like I mentioned, it was very easily to manage a 2 month-old baby the whole time as well.

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Perhaps your favorite part was the little “photo op” plane for you and your sister to sit inside. You kept going back to it, even asking me, “Daddy, does this plane really fly?”

If it would have, I’m sure you would have been ready to take flight.

 Love,

Daddy

Dear Jack: Our Trip to the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia