The activities seemed old, many did not work as designed. The railroad area was not open but the sign indicated that it should be.
That is from an adult perspective. My grandson saw it as a playground so he didn’t really care. He had fun.
I took five children, ages 6, 10, 11, & 12. All of them enjoyed themselves in the play store and bank, and the shadow room. They spent a bit of time planning the magnetic path for the balls to roll down the wall successfully and with the ball "magically" suspended in the air stream. They loved the wall that took imprints of hands, faces, body, and objects. They also played with other children there (a bit rambunctiously and needed to be calmed down, lol). The giant bubble apparatus has never created a bubble on any of my visits and the model train area was not open but it was a great place to play on a sweltering hot summer afternoon.
Lots of the pieces don't work. The train section hasn't been dusted in what seems an extended period of time. I have never gone and experienced a clean restroom. There was urine all over the seat. We were the first people there so it had not been cleaned before opening. Cleanliness and operating items are both basic issues that need to be resolved. On the plus side, the staff seems kind.
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About T.R.E.E. House Children's Museum
T.R.E.E. House Children's Museum encourages kids to see the world as a place full of wonder and excitement. Through hands-on educational exhibits, it helps them discover everything from the life cycle of frogs to what life is like in other countries.
Size: 7,800 square feet of interactive exhibits and activities
Eye Catcher: the miniature Rockwell Railroad
Hands-On Experiments: Gross science activities involve making instant kidney juice and inspecting owl pellets.
Special Programs: Hands-On Saturdays teach kids subjects beyond what they may learn in school, such as weaving and the science behind fruit.
Pro Tip: Birthday parties open the museum up to your group and include invitations, juice, and a private room.