There is an exhibit at Worcester Art Museum that is legit a room of cats. AND, because WAM is probably the coolest museum ever, they extended the cat theme beyond the MEOW exhibit. Every single painting, sculpture, tapestry, mosaic, and suit of armor in their normal collection that includes a feline is highlighted on their map. ANDDDD they have stations around the museum, for kids and adults, where you can make different cat-themed art.
AND their museum mascot is a dog name Helmutt.
We didn't know what to expect from WAM (other than cats), but we ended up spending almost 4 hours exploring all the rooms. It was especially great seeing how nicely they've integrated all the stuff from the now closed Higgins Armory.
Next time you have a free afternoon check out Worcester Art Museum!
We've been to a lot of breweries, but Stone Cow Brewery in Barre, MA has got to be one of the most beautiful. My husband's family has been going out to Barre for years, so we were wicked excited to hear that a new brewery was opening!
Check out the brewery's social media for more info & some beautiful farm pics!
instagram | @stonecowbrewery
facebook | www.facebook.com/stonecowbrewerybarre/
What a nice lil' beer rainbow! Wild (a.k.a. Farmer's Daughter) was our favorite. Stone Cow has an impressive selection of styles for such a new brewery. There is something for everyone - from wheat to sour to stout. PLUS ANIMALSSSSSSSS (see below). They had live music, and what looked to be some pretty spectacular BBQ. Lots of parking available at the farm, and it seemed to be kid and pup friendly!
Any place that has a mini horse is pretty much going to be my favorite place I've ever been. Rob's aunt sent me a picture of Tilly when they visited a few weeks ago, but for some reason, I totally forgot that she existed. Until we pulled into a parking spot and there she was. RIGHT THERE. WAITING FOR ME. <3
One of our local breweries in Waltham, Watch City, closed it's doors in 2014. At the time, we heard that some small new brewery in MA bought all the tanks. Turns out, STONE COW was that brewery. Nice to see the equipment lives on and is busy brewing some really awesome new beers!