Places We Go

Here at MSPC Preschool we love to go “off campus” and visit other people and places. The following is a list of places that we have found to be fun and preschool appropriate. If you are a MSPC Preschool parent, you can be sure that we will visit some of these places while your child is attending our school.


Race Farm

Race Farm is a real working farm in Blairstown, NJ.  We go there in the fall to pick apples and pumpkins with the children.  However, you can go there from August to October to pick many yummy veggies.  Don’t miss the apple cider donuts…they are diet wreckers!   www.RaceFarmLLC.com


Shawnee Playhouse

Great little theater, really close to home, super people and fun programs for little kids.  They are affordable and have group rates, as well.  800-Shawnee Ext. 1451 or (570)421-5093 www.theshawneeplayhouse.com


Crayola Factory at Two Rivers Landing

Who doesn’t love crayons?  The Crayola factory has oodles of them!  We are so lucky to live so close to this great attraction.  Take your kids and make some good, messy fun.    www.crayolaexperience.com


Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

Folks from the farm visit us at preschool.  They bring a real hen!  You may visit the farm during the summer or during any of the special programs.  Check out the web site…lots of good information.  www.quietvalley.org


Big Wheel Roller Rink

Kids love to roller skate.  At the Big Wheel, every Wednesday morning is reserved for preschoolers.  http://www.bigwheelskating.com


Lehigh Valley Zoo

This is a great little zoo.  Clean, small enough for the preschoolers to enjoy and they have a “Drive through” area as well.  The kids really like driving out of the zoo.  The views are wonderful and you get to drive your car right through a stream…cool!  www.lvzoo.org


Kettle Creek Environmental Center

Found in Bartonsville this is one of the many great outdoor places to explore with your family.  We visit in the fall and then head up to the Meesing Center in the early spring to  learn about Maple Sugaring.  www.mcconservation.org