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A super fun hands-on discovery place: from bubble making with large hoops to wooden construction blocks that fit without the use of nails. From lego-making cars to race to discover balls rolling on curved tracks, loops or combinations. There was so much to explore and...More
First, the young person working the entry booth didn't seem knowledgeable or helpful.
Second, when you walk in, it's a little confusing and not well laid out. There are wide open spaces (perhaps for school groups) and no direction where to go first. It's not...More
This place is run down and has no oversight what so ever. Exhibits are in poor shape and most are quite dirty. Some of the exhibits are even roped off or non-functional. Kids running around unattended in the giant bubble exhibit. This resulted in popped...More
My kids ages 7, 9 and 12 enjoyed themselves playing with all the interactive exhibits for about an hour and a half. There's lots of different stations with different things to do. It kind of is two different rooms and it was fairly easy to...More
The perfect day for our 5 year old grandson (probably good for up to 8 years). Lots of hands on attractions all with an educational bias. We arrived at 11.00 and left at 16.45. The only downside is that there is no coffee shop/cafe so...More
This discovery center was an expensive and disappointing outing. The kids thought it was fun, but they also think fast food restaurant play areas are fun! From an adult prospective, though, I felt it was a little run down, and not well cared for. The...More
My kids always loved this place. We have visited dozens of times over the years and also done many of the summer camps. The exhibits are regularly updated so it always feels fresh and interesting. I only rate it a three because they close on...More
We took our 6 year old here. Coming from a much larger city I was expecting more. It is a very small science center with few exhibits. While my little one enjoyed it I would not invest in a membership. Not enough there to do...More
I would say that it was perfect for kids up to 10. At 13 I think she would be bored after the first 5 minutes unless she was with a younger sibling who she could "educate". There is a museum next door dedicated to "video... More
I would say that it was perfect for kids up to 10. At 13 I think she would be bored after the first 5 minutes unless she was with a younger sibling who she could "educate". There is a museum next door dedicated to "video game machines" that could be better we haven't been but it might be worth checking out on line.