Yes, it is small, but it's growing. Here's what I suggest, buy a membership. Why? You'll be supporting the growth of the museum and you can go back as much as you want if you feel that you've overpaid for admission (great for entertainment on rainy days!). Even if you are just visiting, buy a membership. That membership offers discounts (even free admission at places) for several other museums and the like around the area (and the country!). For example, you can get half off admission to the WNC Nature Center with your AMOS membership. So yes, it's small and older kids may get bored quickly, but my kids (all boys under 8) had a great time climbing, digging, building and exploring.
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