My 3 year-old grandson's party introduced us to this museum. The parties are in private rooms adjacent to a simulated submarine and pirate ship, and a darkened undersea simulation which provide opportunities for imaginative play. There isalso an outside garden party area outside the door. Several parties can be run at once. After the party refreshments, the kids are brought to a roped-off section of an exhibit of the parent's choosing where the party's kids can interact with each other and the exhibit. My grandson's group went to the waterplay area which featured child-high water-tables with rushing water to be channeled, piped, and experimented with. The party-goers then had run of the museum exhibits which were outstanding. There was an exhibit sponsored by a bank that featured a suspended huge piggy bank with a trap door in the bottom which showers those below with light-weight plastic balls (= money). The kids busily scoop up buckets of these balls and "deposit" them in the piggy bank by racing up steps next to the pig and putting them on the tracks leading to the top of the pig. In the exhibit, other features allow kids to learn through play about the concepts of money and working. Another part of the museum deals with sports--athletic opportunities abound with even a simulated ice-hockey rink. There are opportunities for making art and other aspects we did not have time to enjoy. I look forward to going back.
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