Making children play dress up can help discourage them from jumping into fountains, which is dangerous, a crime, and an insult to whoever that statue of a man on a horse is. Clothe a kid with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $13 for a 10-visit resident's pass (a $27 value)
- $22 for a 10-visit non-resident's pass (a $45 value)
Each visit grants a kid or adult access to interactive play and learning areas, including a Lite-Brite exhibit, water area, and a dress-up stage where kids can put on their own little plays. Admission is also good for storytelling events, which take place the third Tuesday of every month. Kids under the age of one get in for free.
Kids rev up their imaginations inside Exploritorium, transforming into little inventors, climbers, or stars of the stage. Tykes caper through a slew of different interactive spaces, including a two-and-half story play structure chock full of tunnels and slides. A waterfall provides kids with a space to play with water toys, and includes a space for toddlers to sit and play in. Visual creations illuminate a giant light brite, and an engineering station crinkles new folds into little scientifically-minded brains. Nearby, a dress-up area wardrobes kids for stints as princesses and heros, readying them to act out adventures on the nearby stage.
More formal performances occur the third Tuesday of every month. On those days, a storyteller takes over the stage and spins exciting, family-friendly tales. Holidays usher in even more events, such as a Halloween party and an Itty Bitty New Year for families.
98% of 287 customers recommend
“Your child will surely have a good time.”
“Small but a great place on a rainy day!”
“Get there earlier if you are planning to go as it becomes busier around 11am through the rest of the day. Great for 1 yr & up, but not much for under 1yr old's to...”
“Get there earlier if you are planning to go as it becomes busier around 11am through the rest of the day. Great for 1 yr & up, but not much for under 1yr old's to do. Always a great experience, easy to find and feed kids before coming as the area for snacking on food and drink is small and not much room. ”