While I might not be particularly impressed with the museum as an adult (we've been to a few, particularly Stepping Stones in CT, that are spectacular), it does absolutely make for a fun afternoon for my four year old. I completely disagree with the commenter who claimed it is "not educational" - it absolutely has plenty of exhibits that should inspire you to teach your children, both upstairs and downstairs, provided you take a moment to read about and consider each exhibit. Downstairs provides a particularly unique opportunity for children to talk about what it must be like to be a new immigrant in a modern context. (through the store and school play areas in particular) and to explore different cultures. It won't wow a sophisticated adult, but it will certainly provide many chances for your child to learn through
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