My children loved this place. Unfortunately it was one of the filthiest places I have ever been to. Over time it seemed to get dirtier and dirtier to the point where I can no longer bring my children there. The owner seems to invest absolutely no time in cleaning any of the toys, structures, floors, etc. In fact, the owner seems to be absentee any time we were there. It's a pay-by-honor system, but I've been told by others that if they didn't pay, the owner suddenly appears from nowhere and tells them to pay (hidden video cameras?).
The rooms and activities at this little museum are great for kindergartners, preschoolers and younger. The bubble room is fun but the water is never changed. The pool ball room is interesting for older kids but is always jammed and sometimes the light bulbs are burnt out in there. I hate the grocery store room, thinking of how many kids have touched all of the products and then never get washed down. The castle slide was the first slide my oldest child ever went down and loved.
I have been hoping for years that this place would get bought up by a professional museum like the Children's Museum in Dover, NH and get a complete overhaul, but that doesn't seem like it will happen.
If you can get over how dirty everything is and can wash your kids' hands immediately after exiting this place, then go right ahead and have fun here, but be forewarned- it's icky.
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