I visited Eureka in July with my son and granddaughter, aged 17months. I didn't expect there to be much to entertain her because I thought the museum was aimed at the over 5s but I was very wrong. There is a lovely outdoor play area with an enormous sandpit and lots of outdoor toys, along with some open marquees where you could eat a packed lunch if the day was cold or rainy. Inside there are some areas aimed specifically at toddlers but my granddaughter enjoyed everything she encountered. The entry fee was very reasonable too because for £10 you get a year long pass to visit as often as you like and over the course of the year there are themed activities so you could easily visit three or four times a year and it not feel as though you had seen it all before. I think children up to the age of about 11 or 12 would enjoy a visit and find lots to interest them. Finally, a word of praise for the cafe food - it wasn't too expensive and the portions were enormous. There was lots of choice and it was good wholesome food - not fast food.
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