I am a Mom who made it a point to visit children's museums across the Southeast when my children were small. Good museums are interactive and hands on, scientifically or historically accurate, imaginative and engaging, and stimulating intellectually for all ages. This museum has one main attraction: a big dummy that kids can climb inside, hear his heartbeat, and then slide down to exit out of his butt. Wow. IMO, it lacks intellectual challenge, is small, appeals to a very limited age group (maybe 3 - 6 year olds), is relatively expensive to get in the door, and in my opinion doesn't hold a candle to the much more extensive, historically and scientifically accurate, and interactive State Museum next door.
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