This was definitely the largest children's museum I have been in and it is not too pricey but, other than that, it was a disappointment. Thank goodness we went on an afternoon where there were very few kids present as the climbing apparatus in the center would be an absolute disaster if there were many children present. I am not sure who would design a play structure in a public area with multiple exits on multiple floors. Absolutely crazy...there is some comfort in that, when you check in, you are given a wrist band that allows only your children to leave with you.... but what about all the time they might be running around in the museum? Thank goodness my children know how uptight I am in public places and constantly waved from the structure and only explored a bit. I wore high heel boots and therefore couldn't climb in after them... had I known, however, we just wouldn't have gone as climbing enclosed areas with screaming children is not my thing. The kitchen area was my kids favorite part. However, they need to restock some of the utensils, plates and food. The water area would have been a hit, however, much of the water pressure was low when we were there and the woman manning the area said "oh well, its been acting like that all day." No interest on her part to find someone who might be able to fix it. The Egyptian mystery area was okay and the other mystery area with a missing family was just down right weird. My five year old son liked the grocery area with car and gas station. There seemed to be some nice tot areas but my children are 5 and 8 and these did not interest them. It was a cold day in Baltimore so it wasn't a horrible way to spend an afternoon but we won't be going back. We will try the zoo next time, an art museum or possibly the Ripley's museum.
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