Everything is interactive, informative, and a lot of fun. Our three year old was constantly amazed. We have been to quite a few of these museums and this one seemed to be more based in science than many others. One of his favorites was playing with the “sneeze machine” and of course, the first thing you see, the outdoor room with all the water machines. Prepare to get soaked! There is a lot to see here, and there are a lot of demonstrations. The day we went, they were blowing up things with dry ice. We went out a door on one of the floors and an employee was filming the explosions below. I have never been told so politely that “you shouldn’t be out here”. We encountered him again a little while later and he told us we had missed the demonstration but he offered and let us and our son watch the video of it on his camera as we all shared an elevator down. He told us they were about to put the left over dry ice on the water table and invited us to come watch and play. The employees there were the most friendly and were really trying to get kids interested in science! There are many more demonstrations… You can watch a 3D printer print random things a long with many others and random times throughout the day. The exhibits do very well at keeping kids entertained while sneaking in a lot of information. There is an imax and a planetarium with set times, but we found we did not have enough time to do them and enjoy the four floors of fun!
There is something to be learned by everyone here, though it may take being patient and actually visiting the whole place.
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