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I've been to a lot of pop-up museums but this one had the friendliest staff, was extremely organized and was the only one with camera's set up so you can take pictures with your entire group! It's genius, SO fun, and had GREAT snacks!
the biggest disappointment-I saw this in New York City. I followed all the hype-Cooper Hewitt Museum, articles etc. Totally missed the mark-no truth in advertising--this exhibit is meant for CHILDREN ONLY-it didn't indicate that ANYWHERE, and overpriced to boot.
We went on a Friday at 6pm. My girls said it was fun. They liked the Museum of Ice Cream a little better. Only because some of the exhibits weren’t working. It was the last 3 days of the show before it closed.
A friend of ours from out of town told us one day that had tickets to the color factory. We invited her to stay with us for the weekend so our two families could visit it together. We’ve been to the ice cream factory in...More
Took the plunge and booked this adventure. Granddaughter is 9 yrs old, couldn’t quite explain but what a fabulous experience. All senses are involved. The confetti and ball room were her favorites. Spend an easy 2 hours. Can only have a happy face with this...More
We had so much fun interacting and taking in all the colors of each room. We took tons of photos and were able to have so many memories.
Our date was fun, colorful and yummy!
There are surprises in every room.
if you think you'll get a cute picture here, you are wrong. they cram way too many small children into the museum, it's really just about trying not to step on them. I waited a year to be able to get tickets to go here...More
We were looking forward to the color factory for months after looking through awesome pictures that previous attendees posted on social media. Once we got there they said it should take an hour to an hour and a half to complete the museum. Each room...More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.