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    I’ve been to the Betty Brinn children’s museum with my kids three times. I really wish they’d step up their game, Milwaukee really needs more resources to educate and entertain our children, but it seems as if they missed the ultimate goal of protecting our little ones. The displays are falling apart, the building needs major repair, and most importantly my kids got sick 2 of the 3 times. Once with hand foot mouth disease. So, Betty Brinn Museum: What do you need to improve?

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    We brought our tots and were very disappointed. The admission price was outrageous at $8 a head. Boring. Disorganized. Never again. For the money they are raking in there, couldn’t they get some balls for the mini golf area? or fix the floor piano so that it makes some sound when you step on keys? or get a new mallot for the pvc pipe organ? or more than TWO mini shopping carts for the throngs of kids interested in the pretend Sendik’s market? or fix the darn train whistle at least?! Worst of all, as we watched kid after kid go through the “Emergency Gate Only” without consequence, was our gradual realization that if our toddler took off even for a second in this setting, ANYONE could have grabbed her and taken her out of the building without consequence. That is unacceptably unsafe. Even Chuck E Cheese has a wristband system designed to prevent child abduction rather than one that just shows which adults paid admission.

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    Perfect for my one and three year old. Plenty to do. Will definitely come back!

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    We brought our 2 year old niece here during the week. She loved everything – especially the floor “piano”. Too bad it wasn’t large enough to re-enact the scene from “Big”. Great place for kids!

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    My 3 yr old was boerd to death.