Wow I am the first to review...
This Museum just Reopened, they have added a new modern addition to the old building & I attended the "Grand Opening" with my little guys. Admission is usually $5 for adults, $4 for students and seniors and 6 and under are free.
If you are a museum goer, then you will enjoy it, But you'll have to keep in mind that it is a small museum and there isn't a huge amount of displays. I do give them kudos for their interactive exhibits. The electrical displays were fun to play with and you will probably spend most of your time here. They have some pretty MORBID toys warning about the dangers of electricity. I could not stop playing with them (The radio in the bathtub was my favorite) I have no idea who created them, but while I said to myself - "Oh my goodness that's wrong!!" ...I had to push the button again &again. While not for everyone, the intricacy and humor in them have to be admired.
There were also 1812 period costumes you could try on so bring your camera, a tightrope walk and bridge building display. Definitely what saved this museum was these interactive displays. While maybe not the most exciting attraction in Niagara Falls, it definitely deserves a visit... So take a break from the heat and do a walk thru. It was so busy during the grand opening, that I know I missed things, so I do plan to go back and meander thru without the kiddies to get a better opinion of the place,
Tip: I did paid parking on the street, but someone told me after there is free parking behind the museum.
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