Very interesting for all. Children were given a short scavenger hunt to keep them focused at the museum...lots of fun. Don't miss the flourescent rock display at the museum at the tour's start...it's behind a curtain.
Would not recommend the tour for toddlers...lots of walking but hard for them to stay focused and interested...plus it gets dark (of course!) Just wait until they are a little older, ie 7 yrs. old.
Really, really fun for anyone above toddler age.
After being there for hours, the whole family could not get enough of this interesting place...esp. the flourescent rocks! Also great for anyone studying earth science.
Outdoor picnic tables are provided so you can pack a lunch before the tour. We were there off-season and the indoor space was a bit cramped, so definitely bring you lunch, eat outside and enjoy the spectacular mountain views. Looks like scouts/big groups can barbeque outside and hang out, too.
Ample free parking, easy location to find.
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