This was a very nice museum. Lots of great exhibits on all aspects of Ohio history. However, we arrived to be greeted by 12-15 bus loads of school children. This is usually not a problem at the places we've visited in PA and VA, but here it was like a giant indoor bouncy house. Every time we got close to a exhibit my wife in a wheelchair was pushed and knocked by a child. 90% of the time the chaperones/teachers were nowhere to be found. The museum closed the biggest draw for us, the 1950's house, for the school group we checked back 6-7 times in a hour period and they would never let us in. After about 1.5 hours of getting swamped by out of control and unsupervised kids, we left. $20 down the drain, missed at least half the museum. Asked a staffer, if something could be done. They said they would check, but never came back.
Overall, I'm sure it's a great place to visit. But, with a huge school group, just avoid it.
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