We come here often. It is really geared for toddlers up to about age 10. This place doesn't really offer much for kids older than that. My 3yr old absolutely loves this place. He always asks to go. He loves the retired fire truck downstairs and he plays with the large water feature. There is a slide at the top of the stairs that drops off near the water feature. The model trains upstairs only runs 2-3 times a day- so sometimes you will miss it. The little door going into the model trains room is cute for toddlers, but an adult can't squeeze through very easily - so that can make for some running around because you walk around into the train room, then your child scoots back through the little door, of course. Some of the exhibits have been broken for a while and it's a shame that they don't get fixed. My son asks why all the buttons on the train set do not work. There is a wonderful antique car upstairs to sit in. Across from that is a garage where kids can fix up the car. My son really likes the construction vehicles he can operate and the large building blocks on the other side upstairs that go up a conveyor belt. We always spend a good 2 hours here, and if we have time, we walk in the wetland areas outside. Tickets are inexpensive and you can get an annual pass.