We brought our 20-month-old granddaughter here. She enjoyed it, but we were surprised at the limited hands-on experiences for the toddler set.
One nice point was having a special room for the little ones (ECLC, Early Childhood Learning Center). If play areas are cross-overs with older elementary children, the toddlers are often over-run by the older kids and have little chance to try out the play areas. There was a crawl-through tunnel, basket chairs low enough for toddlers to get in and out safely, short slides, and lots of padding everywhere. It was also a nice surprise to have a storyteller arrive to read to the kids.
There is a bathroom conveniently connected directly to the play area. Socks are required for adults and suggested for the kids.
Outside there was a separate track for the toddlers with push trikes or trikes with pedals.
A lot of the outside interactive activities were interesting, but geared more to elementary children.
We were able to get our family discounts on the entry fee since we are members of a children's museum in our town that is part of the children's museum network.
Free parking is available.More