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Children's Museum of La Crosse

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Children's Museum of La Crosse

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kadinger wrote a review Nov 2019
150 contributions14 helpful votes
So much to do and see great for kids under 7 years of age, after that age it is a little boring. Love the Kwik trip upstairs.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Ninny Ebaum wrote a review Oct 2019
108 contributions5 helpful votes
Kids loved it so much, we bought a membership! I had an 11 yr old, 6 year old enjoy 2 full hours. The water table, the KwikTrip shop, and the shadow room they loved best. There are so many cool things here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Christine O wrote a review Sep 2019
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My 2 yr old granddaughter loved the Children's Museum! Her favorite was the dinosaur exhibit. There was lots to do and it all kept her interested.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Susan S wrote a review May 2019
Spring Grove, United States8 contributions2 helpful votes
My 18 month old grandson had a blast at this museum. He cried when we had to leave. There was so much to do, interact play stations at every level, learning toys, hands-on activities, and very interesting exhibits. This was very fun and reasonably priced.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Daveptaz wrote a review Apr 2019
Minneapolis, Minnesota281 contributions87 helpful votes
It was nice it was laid out over three floors. So each floor seemed to have things gauged for different ages. There was also a sorority there volunteering with activities for kids. That helped, as it seemed to be understaffed by employees. There were some areas that kids were having fun. But other areas were not being used, things missing parts, etc. Please note: this museum is not very special needs friendly. The little guy using a walker had a hard time getting around. We had heard that the La Crosse area has some good special needs programs, but that was not represented in this museum.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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