I have taken my 11 year old daughter to this attraction 2 times with her friends. The first time was shortly after they opened and they were not too crowded. The second time was during a school break and it was very crowded. There was a wait to do many of the activities. If you can, plan a visit during a non vacation time, or during the week. It's less hectic that way.
The majority of activities are hand on and the kids really enjoy them. These are designed for older kids, 8 and up I would say. There is a small area for preschoolers, but it is very small. Not sure if it is worth the cost for this age group.
Some of the ttractions include: bed of nails, 3D movie theater, virtual roller costers, bubblestation (this area gets very slippery!) lots of virtual sports such as soccer, basketball, and air hockey. There is a room full of space themed activities, and a wind tunnel. Lots of fun things for kids, interesting for adults as well. Both times there were staff members circulating help kids if they needed it.
We also did the rope course, which my daughter who is a daredevil, loved. They didn't tell me at first to hold onto the strap that is holding you as I walked so I was very wobbly on the first rope and stood there frozen until a staff person came over and told me to hold the strap (this stabilizes you and makes is so much easier!) I'm not a lover of heights but I could get around just fine. I felt very secure once I knew enough to hold the strap. (They should tell you this before you start.) However, next time I will probably let my daughter just go in on her own.
The museum is good for about 2 hours, while the rope course is about 1 hour. We haven't tried the laser tag yet.
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