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    Clean, fun. Kids can really get into everything here. We always enjoy coming. And we also like that there is no food allowed, and we can leave and come back.

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    Our kids (3.5 and 1) really enjoyed this “museum”, for three hours — and it’s a miracle to get our kids to enjoy anything for more than three minutes. There were multiple play areas, including a well-stocked pretend supermarket with kid-sized shopping carts, checkout lanes, etc. If forced to name a complaint, I would say the parking lot is a little small. We arrived early and found only two spots available.

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    Pros:I really loved the setup of the children’s museum. There was a car kids could paint, a plant area, hospital area, farm area, space area, old-time school area, art area, grocery area and camping area. The museum was complete with outfits kids could dress up in for a more realistic imagination experience in each of the areas. At the end, each child received a sticker and pencil which was a BIG hit.Cons: I was glad I took my daughter there once, but at an entrance fee of $7, it isn’t a weekly destination.

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    I actually liked both Austin and Waco’s better. However, that isn’t what matters.. the Kindergardner loves this place way more than the other two. I still haven’t figured out why, but it is what it is. Nice mix of things listed in descending order of interest: outside: water exhibit, giant tinker toy like things, climbable animal statues. Inside: working ATM and bank with play money with store and farm house next store, general pinned in baby play area, interactive stomping video game, medical lab, camping gear and cave, and space exhibit.

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    My children live this place.recommend bringing the kids here