The museum is great for smaller kids and has a few neat, interactive areas. Its costs is comparable to other bigger children's museums but it doesn't realky compare in size and exhibits. They do have a nice animal area with a lot of wildlife and they bring the animals out for some hands on teaching. Other than that though, it was too much money to repeat, but it was a good way to spend a rainy morning.
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