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    My son is only 1 year old, and though there isn’t much for a child who doesn’t walk yet to do, he LOVED the infant area. We went for around an hour this afternoon, and he was all smiles the entire time. It was so worth the drive. The building is a little confusing when you’ve never been there before, it looks like a giant warehouse, but it’s so nice inside.We will most definitely come back again. =]

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    There classes on toy making, world exploration, Pysanki Egg decorating, etc are excellent. Fun and educational.

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    We’ve been here several times and overall, it’s a good experience for toddlers and preschoolers. It’s a closer alternative to the Strong Museum of Play – which is fantastic! – but just too far away to make the hike for us. However, I’m disappointed that they charge full admission price for kids one and up. A one-year-old would probably have very limited interest in this place and there very few activities a child of that age could enjoy here. Also, I was extremely disappointed at our last visit that the door to the museum (located inside an office building where other people come in and out of all day long) was left open. Zero security for those children who might tend to wander and you have to keep a VERY close eye on your children, which is sometimes hard with obstacles blocking your vision. At one point I looked over and noticed the Simplex (security and fire alarm company) guy walking around among the children, testing the fire alarms. I did not like this AT ALL and feel they should at least have a Dutch door in the main entrance to keep unwanted visitors out or discourage young children from leaving unattended. As part of the Reciprocal admission program, we get free admission to Strong Museum if we’re members at East Aurora. However, we’re members at Strong and yet don’t receive free admission at East Aurora, so it doesn’t sound very “reciprocal” to me. 🙁