Ok, so my kids wanted to add this to our aquarium trip to Chattanooga. They are 8/12 and loved it. When you first walk in there is a water play area and a tower type thing above it. They have vests to keep from getting wet, but you're going to get wet! There is a musical and art area, but my kids would not stop and draw, they kind of listened to music. There is a dinosaur dig area which is really cool. There are steps to an outside observation type tower where you can see most of the city. But my favorite thing was a traveling exhibit of "The Magic Treehouse". It had Jack ad Annie's adventures brought to life. There was a teepee, a wagon, a train, a cabin, all relating to their stories. They even were having a chef time to make apple pie. Still parking is $9, I think such an exhibit should have a parking lot for patrons. Had to drive around to find a lot.
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