In this colorful and joyfully noisy museum for children ages eight and younger, kids can build sand castles, watch themselves perform on closed-circuit TV, operate a giant ball-moving machine, and get inside an imaginary waterfall (after donning raincoats, of course). Other exhibits rotate every few months.
Sep 20, 2006
Our two year old enjoyed it, but a lot of the activities were above his age level (I'd say 4-5 would be an ideal age here). The exhibits are all great--big, fun, clean, and educational. It's a little pricey, though.