From the outside it is very unasuming, and then you enter the doors and your senses awaken to the awkwardness of what awaits. From climbing a vine floor to floor (instead of the kids using the stairs) to the secret vent escape that ends in a loopy slide, this house had it all! We spent an entire day looking at everything we could, and my daughter's favorite, or should I say two favorites, were the muliti-level twirl slide and the static ball that stood her hair on end (we got a great picture of it!) She was 5 at the time, and had we tried all that was available to us, we would have needed an extra day or so. My only complaint would be the soapy bubble room...the exibits could use a good cleaning...and new bubble soap. My favorite part was the mini town that included everything from a fishing pond, to a pizza eatery, to the kids being able to dress up as doctors and deliever babies and then print out a birth certificate (certificate was free of charge!!) A must for any family looking to keep the kids occupied for a rainy day, or any day for that matter. We didn't get to see what the outside had to offer as the weather wasn't the best yet, so I look forward to visiting again and seeing what we missed.
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