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    Children’s Museum of Memphis is definitely a hit! We have taken our grandchildren there and are so impressed by the cleanliness, the creativity, and the fun. We will go back again and again!–Joy Austin/Jackson, TN

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    Great place. Big or small, take the kids & go. If you miss your kids, go.

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    Wow, $12 a person! Someone is out of their mind. Been to several other CM’s lately at 1/2 the price that are as good or much better than the one in Memphis.

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    I must strongly dis-recommend this museum, despite its nice number of engaging, interactive exhibits that cover a good range of interests.This is because of the quite unpleasantly mixed signals I got from the museum staff, concerning their policy with respect to adults. The museum director has failed to make sure that his staff know that, for what are claimed to be security reasons, adults must bring children with them, presumably on the assumption that if you bring a child then you are not a (potential) child predator. (This does not logically follow.)Staffers assured me that I could come, alone, to check out the museum’s suitability for my grandchild, but I was accosted and angrily expelled by the director!My recommendation: find some other, more understanding and user-friendly place to take your children in Memphis.

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    Great place for kids! We took our two boys and they loved it. The cost of admission is a little steep if you ask me($12/ person, ages 1 & up), so it cost us $48 for our family of four to get in. I was initially worried we wouldn’t get our moneys worth, but that being said, the kids had a blast. There are quite a few exhibits, and pretty much everything is interactive for the kids. There are things for small kids as well as big kids. They have a large play area for small toddlers with plenty of toys, and its surrounded by a wall(with doors that can only be opened by adults). Parents can sit on the benches and watch their little ones play without fear of them running off into the rest of the museum. All in all, I would highly recommend. There is a Jason’s Deli located inside the museum as well. Admission is a little high, but the kids loved it.