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    We have visited MODS at least a half dozen times in the past couple of years. Fair for a first time visit, but noticed some of the displays/interactive that were not working more than a year ago are still in disrepair. Also, told two separate employees that the filtration in the turtle tank was too strong and turtles were unable to swim near it without getting pulled toward grate and stuck. Went back recently and there’s a new turtle. What happened to the other? Won’t go back, can’t believe someone hasn’t figured out the issue with this habitat and fixed it. MODS is not being maintained, but it’s not for lack of money…

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    If you are debating – Yes or No – DO IT! We took two of our visiting Grand children – GREAT DAY! Many things to do and they worked – some of the stuff was over our heads (Mine too!) but so many hands on activities that the action became the FUN

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    This places the best you should come here sometimeAnd everything is so interesting

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    The place needs to be updated. We took our 2 young children. Half the stuff in the toddler area was either falling apart or not working. The 3 areas that were working were overrun by kids too old to be in the area. The place is so big and there was a lot of wasted space between exhibits. The dinosaur/fossil exhibit was awful. It’s in a back corner on the 2nd floor. My kids were disappointed. The best place was the planes and simulators. Overall, it’s lacking and feels old, stuffy in areas and very dirty. Bring your hand sanitizer!!

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    It is okay, there is a ton of space for more. I think the price is a bit high. I also think that too meny of the displays focus for the younger audance then adult audance.However, all this can be forgiven, what can not be forgiven is that in the gift shop they were selling “healing” rocks… at a science museum…. what the bleep? When I called the person (Kevin Stradtnar) who runs the shop he said that those sell well, and to “look on the internets” (I kid not about him saying internets!) to see if the rocks really do work. “What is your scientic proof?” I asked- he of course had none- he cared more if it sold then if it was anything to do with science. This man should be fired, and this item and all other nonsence should never EVER be alowed near a science place.