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Took my 6 year old daughter here during a visit to family in the area. This isn't a huge kids museum, but it is priced right and my daughter didn't want to leave after 2 hrs there. Highlights for her were the luminescent cave, the...More
We spent hours here. We let the kids lead the way and played with them in each section.
There are toilets but nowhere to get a coffee etc, which would be the only downside.
We thought it was good value for money, $5 per person.
I brought my 16 month old granddaughter during the week. We had visited when she was younger and she loved the padded play pit for infant/toddlers. Expecting that to be a fav again, she was off and running to check out the magic sand table,...More
Raining day at the lake, so we needed to entertain the young ones 3 and 9. Well it worked out well. There was plenty to do there that kept them occupied for 2 hours. This non-profit activity museum was just the charm we needed. The...More
In a city where it is unpleasantly cold more months of the year than it isn't, Wonderfeet has been a wonderful addition to the downtown area. It is indoors and close to parking so can be enjoyed even when it's freezing. The toys and exhibits...More
We took our 4 year old grandson here while mom and data went off to a movie. It was very crowded as there was a birthday party going on upstairs, but even with a thundering herd of toddlers there was more than enough to keep...More
There are good bones here that will make this an excellent few hours of activity for kids from ages 1 through 7 or 8. They are adding new activities currently and the ones they have are really pretty engaging for the kiddos. Keep an eye...More