No, the Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, MA doesn’t actually float (at least it doesn’t anymore after the boat burned down in 1927), but that hasn’t stopped Adam Trent from connected a few dots with his magic routine. He’s in Boston for a show next week, and took some time out of his busy schedule to make a table levitate for the hospital’s pediatric wing the other day.
ICYMI: Magician and illusionist @AdamTrentMagic visited Floating Hospital yesterday and (appropriately) showed our pediatric patients his floating table trick! pic.twitter.com/Qr1HcWHmoN
— Tufts Medical Center (@TuftsMedicalCtr) February 28, 2018
The kids were, of course, delighted. You can check out video footage from his appearance at the hospital in the tweet above, and watch a video of Trent helping a toddler move a pair of glasses around by waving her hands in the tweet below.
Today @AdamTrentMagic performs his best for the children of Tufts Hospital to brighten their day! pic.twitter.com/Cm3gWzHHDg
— Boch Center (@BochCenter) February 27, 2018
And here are some pictures from his time spent at the hospital:
Magician and Illusionist @AdamTrentMagic stopped by Floating Hospital this afternoon to visit our pediatric patients and perform and teach some magic tricks! Thanks so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to bring a little magic to Floating Hospital! pic.twitter.com/5PLrlcRLTS
— Tufts Medical Center (@TuftsMedicalCtr) February 27, 2018