Not for the faint of heart or handicapped. There are lots behind the building $5 parking - no attendant, park and then put your license plate number into the machine and pay $5. Once inside, there are no maps - they suggest you just explore. You are provided a wrist band and there is a place on there to write your phone number - you may very well lose sight of your child and if lost, your number will be on their wrist band. This is industrial art - items that were discarded and turned into mazes, tunnels, art, etc. There is an indoor and outdoor section. I would not recommend this for children under 6 because some of these areas could be dangerous if someone is not paying attention. With that said, there were a lot of kids here and they were all having a blast. There is a section of old architectural pieces that were saved from buildings being demolished or refurbished - that part had no kids/more adult oriented. There are plenty of food/beverage options on all floors. Pizza, hot dogs, sandwiches. For an adult-only stroll, I didn't feel it to be of value - but if you want to climb in/out extreme like mazes, you'd probably like it - from that perspective, it is amazing.