{Eco-Inspirations} Indoor Adventure at The City Museum

Spring is in the air which immediately puts a bounce to my step and electrifies my senses. With its arrival I also find myself itching for adventure, only to find it’s still too nippy out to plan a camping trip. So what’s an urban green girl to do? If you happen to live in the Midwest – you’ve got a treat in store.

The City Museum in St. Louis is an upcyclers dream come true! Voted one of the world’s top public spaces, this play-land for all ages is constructed out of reused and found materials, from vintage coke bottles and industrial tubing to airplanes and buses suspended in mid-air. The brainchild of sculptor Bob Cassilly, this eclectic indoor play ground was created in the late 90s using his vision and the talents of 20 local artists. It has become a staple in the imaginations of children and adults alike! Explore it in person or visit the website for a mega-dose of inspiration.

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Pierogi Picnic – who has written posts on Eco Etsy.
Lydia Krupinski is the avid upcycling mad-woman behind popular Etsy shop Pierogi Picnic. When she's not busy fantasizing new ways of using old threads, Lydia can be found wrangling volunteers and fosters for Chicago’s oldest and most respected animal welfare organization – The Anti-Cruelty Society. And should you be lucky to catch her on a day off, you'll probably find her canoodling with one of her four rescue pets, crafting up new eco-tutorials, exploring the city by bike, reading along the lakefront or resting in her urban homestead.