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Girlie R.
Report | 3 months ago
Have real food available in cafeteria instead of vending machines.
Report | 4 months ago
The music room is probably my son's favorite, but it can be pretty loud! Keep in mind the Tot Spot is only for children under 4 yrs old.
trades c.
Report | 5 months ago
Bring a lunch
Michelle J.
Report | 7 months ago
Great experience. Great to be there all day.
Report | 8 months ago
It was very informative. My son enjoy himself immensely.
alicia A.
Report | 8 months ago
Fun, engaging place for the kids. Staff is very friendly. We had a blast.
Report | 8 months ago
The outdoor area is great in warm months. Bring a towel!
Jeanine G.
Report | 8 months ago
Great fun. My son is 4 1/2 and he really loved it. Especially the water play.
Susan A.
Report | 8 months ago
Bring a bathing suit/towel for the outdoor water play!
Heather D.
Report | 8 months ago
Great for kids, ages 18mos - 12yrs; All hands-on activities.
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An entire city can be built within Long Island Children's Museum. All it takes is a little imagination, and a basic understanding of architectural principles like balance and proportion. Luckily, the "Best of Long Island"-winning museum's Bricks & Sticks and Building Boom with KEVA exhibits teach those very concepts. Museum educators and interactive software provide inspiration as kids (and adults) design and shape skyscrapers, castles, bridges, and more out of blocks.

Those building activities are just two of the 14 hands-on exhibits that take families across the museum's grounds. The TotSpot area lets the youngest visitors slide and play on age-appropriate equipment, while other galleries let kids explore outdoor gardens, step inside giant bubbles, and film mock-newscasts, complete with hard-hitting expos?s on just who is the real John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt. Even the onsite theater has an interactive element. Here, actors and musicians often invite kids on stage to join in on the performance.

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