This is a true children's museum - one meant for families with babies through about age 5. It's intimate, but it offers a lot of different types of experiences. There is a small town that features a fire station, bakery, grocery store and construction zone which is great for pretend play. They just opened a new space just for babies to explore that is tucked away from zooming older kids. Upstairs there is room for movement with a large mastodon replica and climbing structure enticing kids to climb and slide (and there is a smaller slide for tots.) The front gallery offered hands-on exhibits that was supposedly for older kids, but our toddler loved rolling the ball down an arcade-game-like exhibit and playing with other activities. It's right on the Hudson River which is a happening place - lots of boats, trains and construction vehicles can be seen from the deck of the museum.
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