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Cape Cod Children's Museum

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Martin M wrote a review Oct 2019
7 contributions5 helpful votes
We just visited with our kids - two boys of 4 and 7. We read the reviews and went to pay them a visit. It is NOT museum as many points out. It's more a kind of experiment zone for the kids and an indoor playground. They charged us 10$ each 2 x adults 2 x kids = 40 $. Which I think is way too much for what you get. I still don't get why they charge for the adults. On top they have sponsors on parts of the playground, so I guess they have found a goldmine. Most people won't turn away when their kids storm in. That said - the boys had fun. They liked the different mind challenges, experiments and the music instruments. We spend around 2 hours there. Would I go there again? I probably would if the prices were a bit more reasonable.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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J L wrote a review Aug 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina5,467 contributions259 helpful votes
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This is a children’s play place in Mashpee minutes from the traffic circle. It had many j interactive games and experiences, while teaching kids about various topics. Plan on spending some time there, since there is lots to do! Cost is $10 per person, child or adult and parking is right out front. If you ask, you can leave and reenter later in the day. Great place to go on a hot day, or a cold and rainy day. Check their hours first, since hey are seasonal.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Becca W wrote a review Jun 2019
Plainfield, New Hampshire56 contributions8 helpful votes
I wouldn’t really call this place a museum... it was more of a large play area. There was a lot for our kids to see and play with but I feel like it’s a little overpriced to have to pay $10 per adult and child. We were there for an hour and one of our kiddos isn’t walking yet so we paid $40 to chase after and watch our toddler play. They had fun and the prices in the gift shop our reasonable. But I’m not sure we would go back :/
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Date of experience: June 2019
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btaes1 wrote a review May 2019
Amherst, Virginia262 contributions93 helpful votes
This is not a museum but more of a hands on learning center for small children. Our 1 1/2 year old granddaughter had a good time, but we only spent and 1 hour there before she was tired. Thought it was over priced since we had to pay for grandparents, parents and 1 child. $52 dollars is a bit much for 1 child to play 1 hour.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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HeartOfJoy wrote a review Apr 2019
Westfield, Massachusetts31 contributions8 helpful votes
We visited with our daughter and granddaughter. The museum is a wonderful open spwce with all types of props and role play opportunities...Pirate Ship, Grocery Store, Kitchen and many more. Our then 5-year-old granddaughter had the best time with a friend she found, going from one activity to another. The staff was very attentive and sweet.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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