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Mark Barnes wrote a review Oct 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana536 contributions69 helpful votes
We have been here 2 or 3 times. Seeing the building i wasn't expecting a lot but it was so worth the stop. My kids love this place. From little kids to about 12 this is a very fun place.
Date of experience: October 2020
Phyllis M wrote a review Sep 2020
14 contributions1 helpful vote
Little kids, old kids (99) come and see the wonders this place has for you. So many fun experiements and projects your mid will spin but they sure make it a blast for everyone.
Date of experience: May 2020
Kristie M wrote a review Sep 2020
Quincy, Illinois27 contributions7 helpful votes
My son (3) and I have been a few times and he’s loved it every single time. There are places for little ones to enjoy without bigger kids. Now that he’s a “bigger kid” in his mind he gets a kick out of the whole place. A lot of learning and science experiments that are fun enough the kids just love them. I would say this place is great for kids from walking age up to about 10 or 11, so it would be great for families of multiple kids. COVID: they are restricting the people allowed in at one time. You must purchase your time slotted ticket online before coming in. Everyone over 5 is required to wear a mask. There are a few areas where the kids need a car to play with (train table, for example) and they give each kid their own set of trains to play with, when the child is done they turn it back in and an employee sanitizes them. There are hand sanitizing stations all over and employees are stationed at a few to ensure their use before touching certain exhibits. Employees also go around regularly and wipe things down. I felt very safe while there. …
Date of experience: September 2020
1 Helpful vote
Fisher M wrote a review Jul 2020
1 contribution5 helpful votes
When we heard that Magic House was reopening and had strict safety measures in place, we purchased tickets and drove cross-state to take our 7-year-old granddaughter. Our visit lasted approximately 30 minutes. Not only were people bumping into each other, but we were among the few wearing masks. We've visited the Magic House before and understand how excited children can become, but it was absolutely out of control. Many of the displays were closed due to safety concerns, but that just meant more people crowded near the displays and activities that were available. Magic House management disrespected the public in three ways: By exaggerating how safe it would be, not enforcing the wearing of masks, and having no plan in place to direct traffic. They are clearly more interested in profit than people. There is zero chance we would ever visit again.…
Date of experience: June 2020
1 Helpful vote
Ingela61 wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden143 contributions1 helpful vote
It’s really a fantastic magic house for children in all ages. We were there with our granddaughter and we had a really good time.
Date of experience: December 2019