This isn't my favorite place to take my grandchildren, but I've done it several times. The giant structure that spans two floors and has climbing towers inside to teach them about the body SCARES me. Once the kids go in, you can't see them, and you don't know whether they are going to exit on the first or second floor. Now that they're older, I don't worry so much, and I think 8 is a good age for this museum. The very small kids (pre-schoolers) don't have much other than one play area, the scary climbing structure, and the fire engine. Once they can read, they can do all the other stuff, but once they're about 10 or 11, they're mostly done with this place. It's also pricey, especially if you're taking a bunch of kids.
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