LICM offers hands on experiences for children of all ages. My 4 yr old and his friend had a great first time experience here. They loved the sand area, although small, and the wooden blocks the most. Also enjoyable was the bubble area and the trick mirrors. Kids can come here and learn the effects of turning knobs and pressing levers, or make a project. It seems this museum will get packed at times, so be strategic in planning your visit.
Not crazy about the fact that everyone must pay to enter, but I suppose the fee for kids only to enter would cost more if parents weren't paying.
*Bring your own lunch to eat in the cafeteria or you must buy all vending machine type food and drink!
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