Time of year
Kellymeisch wrote a review Mar 2020
Erie, Pennsylvania53 contributions27 helpful votes
My family loves it here we go once a week at least. Kids looove the water table and the mini wegmans. We spend at least 3 hours here each time we go. My kids have so much fun and there is so much to do. Definitely would recommend for younger kids mine are 2 and 4. We bring our lunch and eat there. It’s also very clean the staff are always going around disinfecting things and wiping surfaces down. The worst is there is no parking during the week. You have to find street parking and walk and then the meters are only good for two hours before you need to put more money in. But that doesn’t stop us from going every week. Lots of fun!…
Date of experience: February 2020
ewkcpa wrote a review Mar 2020
Erie, Pennsylvania17 contributions2 helpful votes
A variety of exhibits which appeal to the children. Big enough but not too big. My grandchildren enjoyed their time there.
Date of experience: April 2019
PizzaLoverYum wrote a review Jan 2020
Chicago, Illinois68 contributions8 helpful votes
We took our 4 year old grandson there. Even though he had been here many times before with his family he thoroughly enjoyed every minute we were there! The exhibits/activities captured his attention and were educational at the same time.
Date of experience: January 2020
achorney711 wrote a review Sep 2019
Erie, Pennsylvania128 contributions8 helpful votes
This children museum was some what disappointing. We have went there before this and it was so much better. The restrooms needed cleaning. It was a mess!!! Some of the activities were in need of some TLC. Maybe it was just a bad day there, I sure hope so.
Date of experience: July 2019
Amber C wrote a review Aug 2019
Somerset, Pennsylvania307 contributions44 helpful votes
My family visited here August 22nd. Our kids had a blast and did not want to leave! They had a water table with flowing water, ducks and pieces to build a dam. There was a cave slide and tunnel with lanterns. The kiddos dug for fossils in a mining area. There are a few aquariums full of fish. The basement level has an area for children under 2 years old to climb around in. There is a craft section with paint, crayon and markers. Our kids are 18 months, 4 years old and 12 years old and they all had fun. There is a restroom on the ground and basement levels. One floor has a pretend pizza shop, grocery store, bank and doctors office. Every exhibit teaches the children through play and experience. We will definitely be back if we visit Erie again.…
Date of experience: August 2019