1. Boyd & Sheri Burdette

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    Awesome fun learning experience to take your children too. We so enjoyed it last year and plan to go back soon! :).. Sheri

  2. Sarah Henson

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    It’s an awesome place! It’s kept in good shape you can tell the staff love their job. They have awesome birthday parties there’s themes activities and when I went as a guest you don’t pay for admissions and you have a FREE ALL DAY PASS! They have an awesome exhibit that changed periodically. They are the cheapest children’s museum I have been to! I love this place I feel like I’m there every weekend! They even have a place for moms to breast feed. They also let you leave and come back in as long as you have your wristband on. It’s a must see!

  3. Casual Moments Photography

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    As a grandma of smaller children (ages 4-8), I’m always looking for ways to engage them that aren’t too tiring for me (!) but still have value – and this is just the place! It’s very clean and bright, and the staff are wonderfully nice and patient. There was plenty to keep them interested and busy, despite the age/developmental differences. Nice combination of play and learning, and they all enjoyed themselves so much and want to go back – no one complained about being bored. You can go in and out, so bring a picnic lunch if you want, or there are plenty of restaurants nearby. The family membership would definitely be the way to go as far as value, if you plan on returning often – which I will!

  4. Phil Yanov

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    A beautiful facility. It’s bright and fun and my kids love it at ages five and seven. As a parent, I think the displays are engaging and plenty entertaining for me as well.

  5. John Anastos

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    As a Museum and place to go, it is awesome and I would highly recommend it in every way (including service). As a place to have a child’s birthday party, I would HIGHLY recommend looking elsewhere. The details of this review are going to be for Birthday Parties only, nothing negative in this review should be applied to attending the museum normally as I’ve always had a great experience. We just attended our good friend’s daughter’s 2 year old birthday party at TCM and it was not what I expected at all. First off, the standard party lasts 90 minutes. The kids get 70 minutes in the museum and then 20 minutes in the party room. It was quickly obvious that 70 minutes is not even close to enough to enjoy the museum. The entire time we felt rushed trying to get through the exhibits before needing to get back to the party room. We never even got a chance to make it to the lower floor which I tend to like the best. Once back in the party room, it couldn’t have been more rushed. All the kids washed their hands which probably took 5 minutes. That now meant we had 15 minutes left. Next the kids sat down and pizza was handed out. As the kids were just starting to enjoy the pizza the cake was brought out for the birthday girl and cupcakes started getting handed out. Then as soon as they started eating the cupcakes the TCM Party hosts came around and started cutting off all of our bracelets to ensure we didn’t go back out into the museum. Then they started encouraging us to leave and escorted us out a side door. I have never felt so rushed. When we got outside one of our other friends from the party was waiting for us and also said she felt like she was kicked out. All in all it was just a really poor experience. The parents of the birthday girl definitely felt robbed and I don’t blame them. The one other negative quality about the party that I’ll point out (but this is just something I had not considered about probably most museums or similar places), having a party there is one of the least social venues possible. Within minutes all the kids/parents were spread out between 3 floors and only rarely would we bump into one of the other parents or kids to talk to. It didn’t feel like a birthday party at all since we were not hanging out with all their friends.