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    Very disappointed because the tour was not monitered. Didn’t get to see half the exhibits. Was told they also had a malfunction on equipment that slowed it down. Was told tour took about hour and half and tour every 15 minutes. Getting tickets took longer than it should have. Waited to start tour longer than expected. Then it was too many people all at once. Lines didn’t move and when got to the scrolls, people were just standing and not moving around the exhibit. Asked a staff person what can they do to get the line moving and they didn’t have an answer. Too bad.

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    Saw dead bodies, only took 15 minutes to see everything, perfect for any sadist in the family.

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    Small museum, looks nice on the outside. So about half the museum is recycled materials- cut up books, bits of clay you can make things out of, paper plane making etc. Quite a bit of the art is stuff kids made on the spot. The other half is for older children, like a green screen, a motion capture room, etc.The biggest problem is half of the items are either damaged or not even plugged in/ put together.A repeating problem is that a lot of the “interactive” exhibits are not actually interactive.Frankly its just not even close to worth the money. Don’t go, you can do most of the things kids will like at home.

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    My wife and I went to see the Animal Body display they had which was small but interesting. Otherwise this place is really only for children as they have several cool looking interactive labs but nothing else for just adults really.

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    Underwhelming. My wife and I were surprised how sparse it was. Very few engaging interactive exhibits. Plenty of visual arts displays that look pretty but don’t explain anything. The first floor was “Here’s some paper, try to draw these broken wooden models”, “Here’s some rocks in sand…do something with them”, and “Here’s some leftover paper and glue, build something.” The second floor was a bit better, but not by much. Third floor is completely empty. The museum definitely didn’t feel like it was put together by folks with a background in science education. Instead, it feels like they just gave floor space to volunteers and told them to create what they can with any junk they have laying around. That said, the staff is very friendly. And the green screen/weather part was done well.