1. john miles

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    Great place to take the children. Very interactive. Plenty to do. We were there Columbus Day weekend of 2014 and my daughter lost a pearl looking bracelet that my mom gave her. Please, if anyone knows about this, let them know at the museum. They have my information and have been trying to find it. They have been helpful. Thank you so much.

  2. Lee Movic

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    Went here for the “Boston Grown-Ups Museum” event one Thursday evening. It was a ticketed event where they open up the museum to 21+ adults. It was an awesome date night, and I enjoyed revisiting the sights and sounds most will remember from visits to any respectable Children’s Museum as a youngster. The “pulley seat” race and the mini rock wall were highlights, as was the “discovery gelatin” (basically just playing in jello). Kids will love it, and adults with kids may find it just interesting enough not to harbor resentment. Adults WITHOUT kids should save their visits for “Grown-up night”.

  3. Angela Louh

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    I recently went to the museum for the first time for the Google City Experts launch party, and I had a blast! I think most of the museum was open for the attending guests to explore; I really enjoyed exploring the different exhibits that were available, and am a little sad to not have been able to do everything. I’m a kid at heart and was intrigued and amused by every little thing I played with. My favorite was the rock climbing wall though! If you’re a parent, I would definitely recommend bringing your kids here at least once!

  4. Roman Moy

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    I remember going here when I was young and really loving it. I had the pleasure of coming back as an adult a few months ago as part of a Google City Experts night and it was a blast! There have alot of kid friendly exhibits that adults would enjoy as well. If you have not had a chance to come here as a kid, make sure you come to one of their adult nights that hey frequently have, you will not regret it!

  5. Babs Hajdusiewicz

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    I visited twice in one week recently with my granddaughter and her parents. Although I noticed how the museum seemed an amazing place for children of all ages, I was especially zeroing in on the area for crawlers and new walkers. My GrandCrawler (and we adults!) were enthralled with your full-wall mirrors, see-through tunnels, amply layered climbing and tumbling pads, wide-open spaces for crawling, the wide array of age-appropriate library books in the snack area, and so much more in this overall Wonderful World for Children! And I noticed the many safety features that are part and parcel of the careful planning and implementation behind this really great environment for children. Thank you for providing this splendorous experience for children and families! I can’t wait to come back! P.S. I do wish for one addition to your Wonderful World for Children: A “no cell phones nor other tech devices” policy. Such a policy would remove the “babysitting” feature your enticing equipment offers to parents who prefer not to be present to their child. Just one example: While in the crawlers’ area for an hour, I saw (and heard!) a toddler’s parent talk on a cell phone while following that toddler from space to space. Though the parent occasionally lent a supportive bottom boost, sadly, not once in an entire hour did the parent speak to that toddler.