Shopping Browsing the aisles is just the beginning at these local stores, where hands-on experiences take retail to the next level. A flower-arranging workshop at Table & Tulip. / Photo by Gabriella Riggieri For the Flower Fiend Table & Tulip Love plants but don’t have much of a green thumb? Try your hand at flower arranging courtesy of Table & Tulip. When the South End florist’s talented designers aren’t busy whipping up gorgeous custom bouquets, centerpieces, and installations for homes and special events throughout the city, they’re sharing secrets of the trade through in-store workshops such as this month’s “Spring Bulbs,” dedicated to early blooms like tulips and daffodils. 461 Shawmut Ave., Boston, 617-262-3100, . For the Crafter Stitch House It may be March but, baby, it’s still cold outside. Embrace New England’s chilly early-spring days at Dorchester’s Stitch House, where—in addition to selling all the supplies you’ll need to craft cozy sweaters, hats, and shower-friendly baby blankets—staffers teach courses on knitting, crocheting, sewing, and more. 846 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, 617-265-8013, . For the Adventurous Kid Legoland Discovery Center More amusement park than toy store, this Assembly Square standout wows little ones with a handful of play areas, a new virtual-reality experience (think: Legos meets Mario Kart), and not one but two interactive rides, to say nothing of the wide range of classic and limited-edition Lego sets. Attractions cater to children ages three through 10—the over-18 crowd, in fact, can’t partake without a tot in tow—but that doesn’t mean the kiddos have all the fun. Legoland opens its doors to kids at heart during monthly Adult Night events, too. 598 Assembly Row, Somerville, 855-323-4008, . For the Golf Enthusiast PGA Tour Superstore Opened in 2019, Braintree’s PGA Tour Superstore redefines golfers’ shopping experience by bringing the […]