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    This place is great IF your children are at least 7, and IF you have 1 adult per child and IF it isn’t a madhouse filled to the max. I think in a few more years we may visit again, but there wasn’t much my 6 and 3 year old could do, and I couldn’t go into the baby area with my 11 month old without another adult to supervise the 6 and 3 year old. And even though it was a weekday, it was packed solid, very difficult to get around. The Kidtropolis was really confusing, and we were never given instructions. Finally tracked down an employee who explained how it worked. But there were so many kids there that products from the stores were being tracked all over, and it was too difficult for my younger kids to understand the concept of working for a paycheck. A lot of the other exhibits were broken, or confusing, or above my kids heads. Not really worth the headache.

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    This has been the best $ we’ve spent on a museum membership. We have taken our son there since he was an infant. The museum helps kids develop their body and mind — encouraging imagination and exploration through their interactive learning stations. The Toddler Zone is a great place to let the kids run wild and explore. It’s safe, clean and fun. The Children’s Museum of Houston will make you wish you were a kid again!

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    Dirt and dust everywhere, a horrible place. Broken exhibits. The paint peeling off everywhere and the children’s put their hands on the mouth. Not like a museum; seems rather a place to play and nothing else. Poor maintenance of the place.There are real museums in the area but this place is not a museum.

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    The museum was one of the highlights of my grandson’s visit to Houston. So many things to enjoy and do, he did not want to leave.

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    I attended a birthday party with my 4 month old and all the kids had a great time. My son was even engaged in watching all the exhibits. The exhibits are wonderful and offer great learning experiences for the kids and I intend on taking my son back when he gets older. I was, however, offended by the fact that they only played Spanish music and all the books that I looked at were in Spanish and subtitled in English.