We went early for when they opened on Easter Friday. It did get busy, but it wasn't bad. The special exhibits were the Lego Travel one, which wasn't much to write home about in terms of displays, but there is a large area for building with lego and duplo for the younger kids. The Keva block exhibit area also occupied the kids for a good amount of time.
When we went we used our membership for a science centre in our city so our admission was free, though we would have had to pay extra for the big screen movies (we didn't, as our kids were really too young to sit through them). However, there was also a smaller free theatre area that we took the kids to when they needed a rest in between activities. There is a small matinee area that is quite expensive.
The kids particularly liked the biology area with various animal habitats and dinosaur fossils, plus the tree they could climb into. We didn't really watch any of the live demos as the kids couldn't get close for seating and quickly lost attention. The body exhibit was geared to kids that were reading well, so not really mine, but there is a lot here for a range of ages. They also enjoyed the outdoor portion, though I had expected some kind of climbing structure, and they didn't have one.
If you have very active kids you will want more than one person with you, as if they run off it can be very difficult to find them again due to how the place is laid out.
The restaurant, while fast food, was probably some of the best fast food I've had while travelling and going to various attractions.
I'd recommend using the skytrain to get there, as the station is pretty much right next to the place.
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