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Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

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Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

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19 W Cork St Pre-purchased Tickets Required, Winchester, VA 22601-4741
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Autumn is in the Air, for GROUPS of 10-16
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Autumn is in the Air, for GROUPS of 10-16

We require a minimum of 10 participants. Register as a GROUP. We have 16 seats available. ($2,100/16 seats = $132/person, or $2,100/10 seats = $210/person)<br><br>Why do the leaves change color in the fall? Where do the gorgeous colors come from? The autumn is full of wonderful things, beautiful colors and cozy sweaters. What’s more, there’s always so much to do and so little time before winter comes! It’s so hard to choose: do you go apple picking? Do you get inspired and do something creative in your fall months? Why not all of them? The Nature Bus has got you covered. We have planned a wonderful fall adventure for all ages, and we want YOU to be there! Book a private group tour for two day scenic excursion and a chance to go apple picking at an orchard, explore downtown Charlottesville, hike in Shenandoah National Park, and visit three beautiful vineyards! If you fall for autumn, let us pick you up!
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Kathie D wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburg, Virginia38 contributions12 helpful votes
All ages kids will love this hands on museum. There are 3 stories of activities and displays. There is a rescue unit to explore, an apple processing set, etc. There are specific activities that have to be signed up for. Always something to entertain and excite the kids.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ryanneb614 wrote a review Oct 2019
51 contributions28 helpful votes
Spent about 3 hours here with my 15 month old. Really enjoyed all the different things that he could learn/play with. They have morning programs just for young kids and 1 free Friday evening a month if you want to try it and see what it's all about. The only thing that bothers me is the price: $9 a person without a membership is pretty steep considering we went to a far larger one in Raleigh NC for about $6 a person. Also it gets pretty crowded when there are school groups and on weekends so it best to try and go on a weekday. They are closed Mondays.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Lois Rebecca M wrote a review Jul 2019
145 contributions10 helpful votes
They local bee keepers have created a profound exhibit, beyond anything That is ever commonly seen! Bees flying in and out of a 3 story building in the middle of old town Winchester!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Camper73129 wrote a review Jul 2019
Anna Maria Island, Florida45 contributions4 helpful votes
This museum is impressive! It is a reflection of the passion of local citizens for their community. S TEAM with local living history. Don’t miss it!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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bree s wrote a review Jul 2019
Girard, Ohio80 contributions26 helpful votes
This is a narrow 4 story science center for children. Each floor has different exhibits to play in. The set up is is similar to the one by our house, open layouts to help see children running around. The price was $9 per person (children under 2 years old are free.) The meter parking lot is the cheapest parking we have ever done, $1.50 bout us 2 hours which was plenty of time. There was plenty of seating for adults. Floor 2 was my children's favorite. It had an apple picking set up. Nothing fancy though.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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