1. sidehop

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    After coming here for few years I feel it’s a place for older kids. Yes, you can bring your baby and toddlers but it provides very limited play area for the little ones as far as what they can reach and play with. It is a nice clean place. I just feel they could add more things within all the space they have which feels like a waste. We took our youngest recently and she wasn’t really attracted to a lot of things other than the dinosaur area where there are some sands.Again, if you have children 5+ this may a good place but paying nearly $10 per person including adults it’s not the place I would want to go often. First time visit is always fun; if anything I would get the family membership so you can use the pass everywhere around the country.

  2. Julie Henderson

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    Excellent! My almost 7 yo son absolutely LOVES this place! I’ve been taking him for years now! Great place for a children’s field trip too! Kids and adults too can learn while having fun!

  3. Pier-Yves Trépanier

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    Nothing to say. This place is amazing for every ages, even very young kids. I went with my 1 year old daughter and she liked it very much. I would definitely come back next time I visit the region of Dover. The only drawback is that they charge BOTH for the child (1 year and up) AND the adult accompanying him.

  4. Atieno Bird

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    Best I’ve been to!

  5. A Google User

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    I have visited this museum 3 times as my daughter grows at ages 17 months, 2.5 and 3 years old. Each time I keep hoping that she will love it and something will grab her attention, but each time she wanders around, pokes at the different rooms and doesn’t love it. I would love it if she loved it, I would be willing to drive the 30 minutes to an educational indoor playspace, but for some reason this museum is lacking something that grabs her attention. We have been to the Boston Children’s Museum, the Montshire in Vt and the Children’s Discovery Museum in Acton, and these museums she has loved.