Having been to the old 'Crayola Factory', I agree with reviewers on the negative side for the reopened 'Crayola Experience'. In the past you could move about more freely and the lines were not concentrated in certain areas. It's obvious that fees for additional crafting (like 'sand art') makes people crowd to other areas like the crayon 'molding machines'.
The brainstorming session behind the changes had to include maximum profitability with less emphasis on keeping children and families entertained. For the ticket price, you should get more than just a few measly tokens (for machines with cringe-inducing lines) and a plastic bag. But so goes marketing these days.
Bottom line. If you have never been, feel free to give it a try. If you have been to the older version, you will know what I am talking about. You still have the nostalgic Crayola logo, but the higher ticket price, nickel & dime add on's, and crowded attractions wears thin quickly.
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