At first I wasn't sure I was at the right place; it's on the back side of a strip mall, and couldn't be less museum-like in appearance. It's very small; I hope they get the funds to make it larger because my 19 month old nephew loved it. Docents were there to make suggestions, and I'm glad the toddler room wasn't overrun with older kids. This can be a problem at many kids' museums. My one suggestion is that more should be done to facilitate sanitizing, especially in the toddler area where the little ones are prone to put everything in their mouths. At the Atlanta Children's Museum there was a sort of letterbox with a round opening for parents to put the items the toddlers have put in their mouths. My grandson became ill with a gastrointestinal illness later in the week and I wonder if his time here had anything to do with it.