We took our daughter there specifically for the planetarium show on the moon advertised "for younger audiences". She is 2.5 and this show was more for the 7-8 yr olds. Not to mention it felt like it was built in the 70s and never updated since. The chairs were half broken ,my daughter couldnt even sit in hers because it kept closing her in like a clam. The "movie" was actually a slide show, No not a powerpoint slide show, like the old fashion slides. Who ever heard of slides being shown in a planetarium?? It was less about the moon and more about astronauts and their equipment. BORING!
The museum itself is really more about innovation that science. The dinosaurs were cool but really not so relevant to anything else in the museum. Most of the exhibits were from local area companies inventing new technologies which was cool for the adults to learn about but nothing interesting for the kids at all. About half of the hands on exhibits were broken or in disrepair in some way. Really unfortunate. I think this place has the potential to be good if it got a nice in flux of cash but I really don't think it was worth the $29. we spent to get in. Really sad and unfortunate.
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