1. Jennifer Hunsaker

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    Perfect for the under 5 crowd. Even the older kids (9 & 7) had a good time with their younger siblings. Small, but interesting exhibits. Blue star museum.

  2. Michael Pajarillo

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    Recently attended a birthday party at the Habitot Children’s Museum and was suprised to see how organized and staffed the facilities were. The cleanest place I have seen with that many children playing together. The annex room was a bit too warm. The room was well equiped with a fridge, sinks for children and adults, microwave oven, stove and oven, chairs and tables, trash/recycle bins and every thing one needs to have 40 to 50 people attend your party. Next time you plan a party for your child consider this place. They have tons of things for children of all ages to do. You won’t be disappointed.

  3. Tabitha Bonilla

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    Habitot wasn’t bad, it is very small and very crowded. There were maybe 12-15 families in there, and the place was crowded.My daughter is 3, and loved it (mostly the small shopping carts), but I’ve seen her more actively engaged at other places. The San Jose CDM feels much less crowded and has pretty much the same stuff, so if you are equidistant or closer to San Jose, I would recommend to go there. (Also it costs about the same, which feels overpriced. I would prefer to go to Lawrence Hall of Sciences or Cal Academy over Habitot also. Maybe if you have a 1-2 year old Habitot would be better.)

  4. John Ellis

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    This place is an excellent idea….love taking the kiddo their, but we don’t go much because it is just to expensive. They the same amount for adults as they do kids….I mean if we want the grand parents it way too much money.

  5. Thorsten Claus

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    a nice place, but what it *really* needs is a bar