the architecture was simply amazing. If it wasn't so hot that day I could have spent at least 2 hours taking pictures and admiring it. We read up a good bit before visiting, so we knew who the characters were that were represented and had some idea what the meaning was. Because it's remote there's not nearly as many tourists. It may be my favorite temple out of the bunch. We negotiated a tuktuk to take us here and the 'nearby' (actually about 15km) Kbal Spean for $23. The coffee at the little coffee shop near the entrance was terrible.
Unless your children have an abnormal interest in Khmer history or architecture and bas reliefs, I'm not sure why you'd bring them. Seems they won't enjoy it.