We drove six hours just to come visit this museum and we are both 24 years old with no children. It was ABSOLUTELY WORTH IT. The museum was just as fun for adults, even though it is my understanding it's designed more for kids. They have an extremely varied set of items on display and the museum is HUGE. There was a whole room dedicated just to video games, new and old, which we were in awe of. They have a room full of Barbie dolls tracing back to the 1950's and beyond. They also have a beautiful live butterfly sanctuary, which is the best I've ever seen. I even got a kick out of the really babyish stuff, like the "Berenstain Bears" collection and a huge area of fairy tale scenery. They also have a very cool LEGO display. It was a wonderful visit!!! I think they change certain displays every once in a while, to keep things "fresh," which is also pretty cool. As far as I know, you are allowed to take pictures. We spent about 6 hours in the museum and I took about 300 pictures, no one said anything to me. One tip I do have is regarding the butterfly sanctuary, DEFINITELY settle on a time to go see the butterflies and buy your tickets as soon as you arrive at the museum. We had intentions of going to the first showing of the butterflies, but didn't buy tickets. When we went to buy them closer to the showing time, they were sold out, in addition to the following two shows.
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