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Excellent Engagement for Young Kids

Its a good place for kids to experience various things in day to day life. Very engaging place, a... read more

Reviewed February 12, 2019
rahul w
Great Children's Museum

Our family loves this children's museum. There are many things for us to do together that encourage... read more

Reviewed December 6, 2018
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Reviewed September 2, 2017

We are members of the Children's Museum in Everett and tried to give this place a go.
Parking is a bit of a challenge. There is minimal parking in the actual museum and parking at the library and park is highly discouraged. We had to walk about three blocks and were thankful the weather was delightful on this day.

We were happy to know that we were offered discounted tickets with our membership at the Everett location. The museum is two stories tall. There are several activities that your child can be involved in. There is a small outdoor play area where students can build foam structures, an inside water table area, a large climbing structure that was a little too big and overwhelming for my toddler, a maker space studio with a big rig that you could pretend to drive. Upstairs there was a fun play train and car area, a place for story time, a toddler area, and a replica of an old store. The museum was clean and it was easy to find a restroom.

I thought we would spend a little more time here than we did. My child did have a good time but I know he prefers the museum in Everett.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Stephanie W
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Reviewed July 31, 2017

First impression as we pulled up was that it looked a little small and we were thinking we wouldn't be there long. Well, we actually were there for a few hours and all 4 of our kids had a blast. There was plenty to do and it was very clean and nice! We would definitely recommend it to others!

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank MCHEGER
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Reviewed July 23, 2017

We visited this museum and had a pleasant time. It's not the best of the children's museums out there, but my younger kiddos had lots of fun for an hour or so.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank ChristinaS5395
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Reviewed May 20, 2017

This place is lifesaver for rainy day. Kids stay busy and engaged. We visited it every week last summer. Never got tired.

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed May 3, 2017

Our first grade daughter liked this museum a lot. Fun, challenging, enclosed climbing"tree" is very cool. There are quite a few separate play areas and a "treehouse" reading area up a spiral staircase that is nice. Her favorite areas were the room with the big rig/packing conveyor & "x-ray", and the art room. We spent about an hour in the art room doing a bunch of the water color craft projects set up. The water play area was OK and a bit small.

I was concerned from reading other reviews that it would be crowded and crazy, but I think we were lucky that we visited on a week day during our spring break. Local schools were in session so it was not bad at all. One bummer is that we arrived around 3pm, so only had ~2 hours before closing, and we still had to pay full price for everyone.

We're from North of Bellevue and had found this museum through TripAdvisor. Overall for Children's museums in Seattle/North, I'd rate this way behind Imagine in Everett, but better than Seattle Center, Burlington and Bellingham.

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank johnmarlo1
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