We brought our 8-year-old and 3-year-old here for spring break and can only say they loved it, and the three hours we alloted weren't long enough for them. Having read other reviews, we asked for a tour guide, who took us on an hour-long walkthrough of the museum so we'd have a good overview and could come back to the exhibits on our own. Of course, the Indian village at the bottom level was the most exciting place to visit (although the Insect Exhibit was a close second). The sculptures of the Indians are unbelivable, so life-like. After spending an hour or so in the village, using the free audiophones, we took a lunch break. Good food, fair prices. We closed off our day going up the tower, with it's beautiful overview of the countryside. In fact, the only negative for the whole day was the gift shop, which offers some attractive items, but seems to be half empty. And did I mention free parking? This is a place every child, and adult, should visit ... you won't regret it.
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