It has cute set designs. Very quirky and creative. However, there is very limited actual "hands on" activities for the kids to do. I have been to many other children's museums and was disappointed with this one. The experiment at the end of the session was good. I also have never heard of having "sessions." I believe this is due to its small size. So don't expect to drop in. However I applaud anyone who tries to do things to educate children. I think they are on the right track if they add more activities for the kids to do.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.