I had heard about the Museum of Play for a while and wanted to go before my kids got too old. They just turned 10 and 8. I wasn't sure how my 10 yr old son would react .... he is a pretty cool guy and is really into sports & video games, not "playing with toys". His assessment ... AWESOME! My 8 yr old daughter loved it too, as excpected. I loved seeing them enjoying the Museum together!!
There is so much diversity here ....They both loved the Wegmans store, the Super Hero area and the Field of Play. The Reading Adventureland section is absolutely amazing ... hours could be spent there alone!
We didn't curl up with a book and read, but I was REALLY impressed by all the books and all the nooks where you could relax and read. Wow!!
My only disappoinment .... by the time we got the end where the "retro toys displays" were, everyone was tired and I didn't have a chance to look at them the way I wanted to!!
We were fortunate that it wasn't too busy on Easter Sunday, but it was quite spacious .... lots of room for people and strollers.
We were there for about 3 hours and could have used more time .... but we were all tired from skiing and shopping the day before. If we lived closer, I absolutely would have a membership to this museum. HIGHLY recommended!
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