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    My children and I loved this place!!! My 2 1/2 year old enjoyed it as much as my 4 1/2 year old! Going on a really hot day would still be warm inside because of the air conditioner window units; so don’t go looking for a nice cool environment. I can’t wait to take them again with my husband, then again with my parents, then again with my MIL and then again with my sister in-law with her children!!! Groupon makes this affordable for us, otherwise would probably not go as often. Was it clean like a hospital, no…it’s a hands on children’s play area. I’m glad there were no facility helpers in each room…children are told what to do all day every day, this place gives them a chance to use their imagination and do what they want.And to the comment of the child peeing his pants and no effort made to clean it up…where were the parents??? If my child has an accident, I clean it up. I don’t rely on strangers.Visit this place at least once…your children will love it!!!!!!!!!!

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    We usually go here about once a year, just to do something different when the weather doesn’t allow us outdoor playtime. We only bring one adult because they do charge for each person, even if you’re there to make sure your kids aren’t hurting anything (or anyone). However, my kids love this place and they can play for a couple of hours with other children. There are some neat rooms – My son loves the ones with the ramps and the balls. My daughter loves the lego room at the end with the vacuum machine on the wall that blows the tissues around. Both kids never want to leave. So, as long as you sanitize them well (as with any place kids with booger noses go), they’ll have fun and you can keep an eye on them pretty well with the school classroom setup.

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    I was excited to take my children to the KC Children’s Museum, especially after visiting the Children’s Museums in Saint Louis (The Magic House) and Chicago. Wonderscope doesn’t even belong in the same category as these, though. The facility is an old school and it smelled of paste and urine when we went. In fact, while we were there a child wet his pants on the carpet and there was no effort to clean it up. The concept is good but the toys in the exhibits are overused and, in many instances, broken. I will say this for it, though: in spite of these things, my kids did enjoy their time there (2 hours, tops) and, since each exhibit is housed in a different school room with one door (except the one with the golf balls has 2 doors), it is easy to keep track of your children. Our membership expires this month, and we will not miss going. Just as much fun and in a cleaner facility and for free, you can visit the Johnson County Museum. That is where I will be taking my kids to play this winter instead of Wonderscope.

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    The kids had fun, but for what you get, this should have cost no more than $4 a person. Currently (Aug. 2010) it’s priced at $7. This is just the first floor of an old school building with some fun games and activities for the kids. A visit lasts no more than 2 hours. Aside from the store, there are 7 activity rooms. The toys have seen quite a bit of use.

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    I was expecting alot more for my $14. (First of all, why do you charge for adults who just stand around and watch their children?) This place is in a old elementary school, and is very RUN DOWN. I think if they added staff to help the children in each room with instructions it would be alot funner. Why not also add a grocery store with actual isles and play money? A tea room for little girls? A fuax gas station where you can pump gas, and work on cars, or a firehouse with fireman? Just a few ideas 🙂