At "Hands On," the educational value almost matches the fun quotient. We spent two hours there, but our six-year-old granddaughter could have stayed till closing. She sat through a short weather demonstration, dressed up as a ballerina and danced, climbed into the cockpit of an airplane, made arts and crafts, served as a bank teller, worked as a grocery store cashier, and slid down a huge “coal mine” slide, to name but a few fun activities. Naturally she didn’t want to leave. The quality does not meet that of "WonderWorks," but the price of admission is more reasonable. Parking was a little difficult, because all the spots on the street were taken, but the enjoyment was worth the trouble. This is a must visit for kids.
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