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Imaginarium Childrens Museum Plattsburgh

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Imaginarium Childrens Museum
4709 State Route 9
Plattsburgh
NC
12901
Tel: 518 324 7426

Where are we going today?

The Imaginarium Children's Museum is a vast facility aimed at educating families through fun and interactive discovery and experiment, with exhibits suited to all ages scattered throughout.

Features include Glow Room, Science Lab, Dentist, climbing wall, crawler and toddler soft play zone, climbing wall, and harvest to market food chain exhibit.

Regular events, programmes and other features often held.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$4
  • Children$4
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Tuesday to Thursday 10am to 2pm, Friday 1pm to 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm.

Doing our bit

Imaginarium Children’s Museum is a 100% volunteer-based community organization. .

What people are saying?

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    We had a nice time. I found a coupon for $1 off per person. Not too expensive for several hours worth of fun.

    It was cold outside, so this mostly indoor experience was perfect. Our whole group really liked the animal lab and the live animal show. It was great. The woman who gave the presentation is a marine biologist and was very knowledgeable and entertaining.

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    Beautiful fun hands on special place for everyone!
    Our 7 1/2 yr old son had a blast! He fed the Rays and played and grew and climbed trees and enjoyed the animals and everything~! Thank you Imaginarium~ Great name fits the place Keeps your imagination open to surprises in life!

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    Went here today with my four year old nephew, and I'd say 95 percent of the exhibits didn't work, or were missing something vital to make them work. The reason I'd give it one star is for the sting ray touch tank, but other then that it seems like this place hasn't been updated since I last went when I was four.

    Another point I'd make is that it was severely over-priced. Thirty four dollars for two adults and a toddler? We could have went to the pet store and had more fun then this, we left after 15 minutes.

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    So many hands-on exhibits including many live animals you can touch. Fun for all ages!

    I recommend only spending a few minutes at each exhibit at first and then coming back to the ones your kids really enjoyed because there are so many things to do and learn. Biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, meteorology, oceanography... they have a lot!

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    Our boys (8 and 4) really enjoyed themselves. I think we spent about 2 hours there and then told them it was time to leave to go have lunch. Some of the exhibits were damaged but overall it was good and there were a lot of interactive exhibits.

    I think it's about $10 / person which is probably average for this sort of thing (i.e. price of admission to a movie). However, if you have a membership at a museum that's part of ASTC, it's free admission for a family.

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