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    I’ve only been to this museum three times since moving to the area, but twice have been surprised at how much I’d missed during previous visits. This museum had it’s own genisis as a result of the scholarly labor of one DuPont family member, and the preservation of that work for the future by another. Part of the beauty of these unique collections is their ability to inspire and remind us that such endeavors do not spring from vanity or a desire to consume time, but instead from genuine curiosity engaged to understand the universe we are a part of. Excellent.

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    This place is expensive and too young for 9 and over, if it was not for that it I would say it is a good rainy day place to go

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    This museum is overpriced and overrated. There are so many wonderful things to do with children that I wouldn’t waste my time again visiting this small museum. It’s info cards are disjointed and after three visits m son knows the whole museum. For Dino Days they don’t respect reciprocal memberships and they jack the price up $3 – just because of a handful of tables such as coloring Dinosaur. On our last visit staff felt it necessary to scold me for giving my children a few grapes as we walked out (in the foyer). Their rigid policies and lack of hands on exhibits make this my last choice in child fun in DE!

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    A small but nice natural history museum to visit maybe two or three times a year.

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