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    My 17 mo has been going since he could just walk (13 mo old) and his favorite is the water table! He loves the ball room, too. He will hang out at the water table for 30-45 minutes at a time, which is a long time for my energetic guy. The water blocking smocks are great. We went often on Friday Nights during the summer (free!) and have since bought a membership we use on very cold or rainy days, esp if there have been a couple in a row. There’s plenty for him to grow into abs I’m sure we will continue coming here for years.

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    I’ve been to children’s museums all across the US and UK. This one is just ok, very small and best for kids under age 6. I was disappointed with the quite high price as well. The reciprocal relationships are only half off at Boston Children’s Museum and isn’t worth the price. It would only be worth the membership or even going to, if your drive is under 10 min. There are so many better places around such as Ecotarium, The Museum of Science, Boston Children’s Museum, Providence Children’s Museum etc that are worth a 30 to 50 min drive.

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    This place is cool

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    Friendly, informative, and fun. The kids (3 & 5) love both the play and science buildings. The reciprocal relationship with the Boston Children’s Museum is an added bonus.

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    AWESOME!!!They have everything, including some free opening hours.Love to bring the family there