This museum has something for everyone. As a licensed Social Studies Teacher, I loved the top floor with all its’ Minnesota History linked with science. The tug boat, mummy, and dinosaurs were interesting as well. The musical stairs and news studio were very interactive for people of all ages. There are a lot of exhibits more for children, but it can still be a fun experience for adults. There was no big attraction at the time we visited as Pirates was over and they were still putting together the Egyptian one. The big back yard looked fun, but after a whole day of St. Paul, we were too tired to adventure out there. We did stop for a photo op with Iggy the Iguana. Over all it was a great experience for us, and I would recommend it to anyone with a few hours and dollars on their hand. (If you don’t have the dollars, look at their website as they offer $1 admission to the museum for people that receive food support, medical insurance, and other public assistance. I think there is also a discounted IMAX rate as well!)
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