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I attended the Moshuboo today with my 4 year old nephew and my 3 year old niece. This was PERFECT for them! After coloring, we went on a small tour which included a bunch of super heroes and great photo ops. The pumpkin patch was so pretty with a great selection of pumpkins for decorating. The DJ dance party was so fun for the kids and the buffet was great for the kids! What an awesome way to celebrate the season with the little ones. Can’t wait for next year!
I had an awesome time with my 3 & 5 year old children. The ship is really cool; it has a lot of history and amazing views. The tour was interesting; the food was good and the pirates walking around were fun. We ended up staying for awhile dancing! This was a great start to the Halloween season, not scary just spooky fun for the kids.🕸🕷
We had a great family experience on the Moshuboo. The ship (Moshulu) is very large and the pirate tour was fun. We spent a good amount of time enjoying the food, dancing and crafts. Our favorite part was the pumpkin patch, it’s nice to experience that in the city. Highly recommend this attraction!
I went with my two little boys (toddler and an infant) opening weekend to check out the Moshuboo event and was not disappointed. Between the views on the upper deck that accompanied pumpkin decorating (not to mention the bar was open which allowed me to enjoy an adult beverage!) and the pirate themed decor and real life pirate my toddler was enchanted. Below deck was a Halloween dance party which was amazing for the little one who was torn between dancing and scarfing down as many chicken fingers and Mac and cheese as his belly could handle. It was a nice touch that he got a small bag of candy and a spider ring on our way out - definitely a must visit this season!
We had an awesome Halloween themed time. The kids loved it and it was just scary enough that my 3 year old was entertained but not running for the exit. We had a lot of fun themed pirate pictures and the kids loved the Philadelphia pumpkin patch. In all it was a worth while country experience but right in the City. Philadelphia should have more of these Halloween themed events for kids and possibly a scarier version for adults only in years to come.