My in-laws were in town, and they suggested we take my 3 year old here for some fun one afternoon. Overall I thought it was a cute little place, and had some imaginative details, but I think a pricing restructure is in order. I felt it was a little ridiculous that we put down $7 for each of us adults to just stand around. I understand that places like this don't come around very often, and it takes a lot of keep them from going under, but any place primary geared toward children that charged the same price for adults always irks me. I wouldn't have minded it as much if it were even a suggested donation for adults or something like that.
The DIY part of me was itching to fix a few of the little rooms up. A few small changes could really go a long way in making this place look a little more put together. There were lots of fun rooms and cute concepts, but a lot of the stuff was broken or worn out. This place has a lot of potential, and you can tell the heart is there, they probably are just lacking in funding. And of course a place filled with little kids every day is bound to have faster wear and tear.
The crafts were fun! We painted and played with stamps. They had very reasonably priced wooden toys or models that you could purchase and paint, and the staff was very helpful and friendly. The Pizza restaurant was fun, and the mini grocery store was cute. We enjoyed petting the animals.
We stayed about 2 hours and felt we had adequately seen/done everything. Overall, it is cute but I had wished I had stayed home and just let the grandparents take my daughter. It got a bit crowded with three of us adults following around one child, and we could have saved $7 too. Parking wasn't a problem, we paid $2 at the local garage next door to the building.
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