We've taken our three granddaughters to the Crayola Factory, now Experience and for the first two the experience was excellent. Each time it was different but very enjoyable. This time the building had been renovated so the cost was not only quite a bit more expensive but several activities were individually priced which was a turnoff.
The cafeteria which formerly was a McDonalds and was quite shabby has be upgraded, the food provided is healthier and offers more options. We went on a Friday which meant it was not crowded and was fine for the two of us an our six year old. The other times we visited the place was jam-packed with large families with many children, quite a few of whom were too young to use the facility. The parents spent more time coloring than did the kids. This time there was an area labeled for toddlers but lacked a variety of age appropriate activities for this group. Disappointing.
The activities were fine but lacked some of the areas our kids enjoyed most. The computer-based activities were poorly explained and a number of machines were not working.
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