Don't let the tiny look building turn you away. There is so much to do for your $8! It's small, well kept, lots of the activities look like they were made by hand. I loved it.
We went on a very rainy day and it was CROWDED. But there are so many stations that we were never at a loss for something to do.
My kids' favorite activities were the big lite brite, craft room, and big felt board. My husband loved the hurricane simulator which fits up to 4 people for a $2 "ride".
I highly recommend leaving the stroller in the car. Not much room for it. Also, if you can help it, don't go on a rainy day! I wish we could have done every activity, We will definitely go back next time we visit.
The gift shop is really just a corner at the front of the museum. It's probably the most reasonable gift shop you'll ever be in. Small trinkets for as low as $.50, museum magnets for $2.50-ish, water bottles, drink coozies, that kind of thing. No $30 stuffed animals or junkie jewelry to distract the kids!
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