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Discovery Station at Hagerstown

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Discovery Station at Hagerstown

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101 W Washington St, Hagerstown, MD 21740-4709
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Enjoy access to the collections and exhibits of the Miller House Museum on your own terms, at your own pace. Our guided cell phone audio tour provides over two hours of content that takes you on an in-depth look at life in the early 1800s.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Laura W wrote a review Jan 2020
Charlottesville, Virginia21 contributions10 helpful votes
My daughter and a friend of mine who also has 2 young children visited the Discovery Station yesterday. It was excellent! There was so much for the kids to see and do. It was educational, but in a fun way. Very hands on learning. Although there are some exhibits geared towards older children the majority would appeal to preschoolers and possibly early elementary aged kids. I loved the wide variety of exhibits: dinosaurs, a mini town with themed "buildings" (dentist, vet, firehouse, etc), a very accurate and interactive grocery store, a art "maker's space" workshop and craft area, just to name a few. If possible avoid Saturdays and call ahead to see if any school field trips are scheduled to avoid the crowds. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the Hagerstown area and have young children!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kevin S wrote a review Aug 2019
Royal Oak, Michigan1 contribution1 helpful vote
We stopped at Discovery Station on our family road trip and was very pleased with the experience. First, the admission price ($7 for kids only, adults are free) is extremely reasonable for the amount of materials present. Second, the historic building adds a lot of character, and the exhibits are enhanced by using every nook and cranny in this space. Third, the interactive nature of the activities, complete with play suggestions for parents and caregivers, was fantastic. My three-year-old especially loved the first floor play areas, particularly the vet setup. My one-year-old spent a majority of her time filling and emptying the grocery Carta, enjoying every second of it. Provided kids are with parents or family members who are engaged and playing with them (which, if you read the materials and posters around Discovery Station, is the point after all!), this little place provides hours of fun, creativity, and imagination at almost no cost. Will definitely repeat next time we're in the area!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Leira Byrd wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions7 helpful votes
Discovery Station could be doing a better job. Kids break stuff, things need replaced. Paint, carpet, toys. The same people keep coming to visit, they are going to have to update broken things, and come up with new exhibits. It's in downtown Hagerstown, no one wants to go there, if they don't keep this place nice than it will end up closing like many other businesses.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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JSMetz wrote a review Aug 2019
Hagerstown, Maryland8 contributions3 helpful votes
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We have been enjoying Discovery Station for several years now and immediately upon our first visit became members. Everyone from the director and board members, to the tireless volunteers, pour their hearts into making this a fun, educational, and safe space for children. They continually have a line up of engaging activities and truly make learning a joyful experience for kids of ALL ages. The different exhibits have something for everyone's interests (grocery store, robots, dinosaurs, planes, cars, construction, space, recycling, art, Discovery Town) and contain everything you need to spark creativity and imagination! We even just met a REAL astronaut, much to the delight of my 4 year old! We are excited for the upcoming enhancements (did we mention they are always finding ways to improve and expand the learning and fun?!) and look forward to many more years of making memories and expanding our horizons at Discovery! Definitely check it out next time you are in town, you will not regret it!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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