The place was filthy and very hot! A/C was set at 80 to conserve energy, however with the crowd of people there. It was propbolly around 100 degrees indoors. Outside was no better very hot and water cost 3.50 a bottle. I had 4 young children and I was afraid they would dehydrate since there was no shade and all the shows are in the direct sun. My idea was that at least indoors they would cool off but they are trying to conserve energy by setting A/C to 80 degrees. Excuse me but when paying around 13 dollars per child I expect that at least we should be comfortable. Set the A/C to 70. Not an enjoyable experience! Would not go back and all the nice /cool exhibits are closed due to the hurricane.