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Deborah J.
Report | 2 days ago
This was a fun place for our 18 month granddaughter lots of things to do and kept her interested we spent about 2 hours. I suggest going early we went on a weekend and got there when it opened it started to get crowded when we left.
Maria A.
Report | 4 days ago
It was amazing!
Joann S.
Report | 10 days ago
Awesome place for kids. Three levels of fun.
Charlene S.
Report | 11 days ago
Were were there for 3 hours and didn't have time to see everything. Super fun for my son (3-1/2)! Highly recommend.
Yin H.
Report | 17 days ago
great place for kids
Amanda T.
Report | a month ago
Weekdays are best, but not during vacation weeks!
Report | a month ago
Bring hand sanitizer
thea e.
Report | a month ago
Lots to do but bring your own snacks
Jacqueline L.
Report | a month ago
Bring a lunch to enjoy there. Museum is science oriented and good for 4yrs pmus.
Dale S.
Report | a month ago
Well worth the trip and the money....good for 2 - 12 year olds!
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With three floors of interactive exhibits, Imagine Nation keeps tykes aged 2?8 and their parents engaged for hours of synapse-firing fun. Kids can create their first masterpiece in the art studio, or visit the ESPN center, where they can pretend to be sportscasters as they sit behind the desk of a model TV set, replete with real equipment from the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

The museum also boasts a health exhibit in which children can don hospital attire and explore a model newborn nursery and an operation table, ideal for parents trying to nudge their child toward a career as a hypochondriac. After whippersnapper's minds have been blown learning about the cosmos at the space exhibit, they can unwind with drinks and snacks at the old-fashioned soda fountain, which winds the clock back to the 1940s with the help of a player piano.

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