This is a fun little place to check out. They have lots of fun stations for different kind of experiments. The staff is very engaged and interactive throughout the entire stay. I would most definitely recommend going here for an afternoon of fun and learning for young and old.
I had never been here before and decided to take my 6 year old nephew. He enjoyed the build your own car out of K'nex and then racing them but there were not a lot of things to do. His favorite part was watching the balls race through the large K'nex display in the lobby. He would have loved to... 更多
I have wanted to take my child here for a few years, he just turned 7 and I was told that would be a great age to take him. It isn't great, I'd say its better for 3-5 years of age. He was bored out of his mind, many of the table stations they had like the light table, color... 更多
We went to The Works Museum this past weekend for my son's 13th birthday. We had kids ages 13, 10, & 4. The favorite of the eldest was the binary switch math activity. We also enjoyed the programmable bug.
About six years ago...I took my now 15 year old here. I took my three year old here just the other day. What's funny is...a decent amount of the exhibits were the same ones they had the first time around. This is fine and all...but they could have used some updating. They did have a few different things...like a motion... 更多
We brought our kids and their cousins (ages ranging from 5 to 10) here on a blustery afternoon. This is a fun little museum and well worth a visit. Don't confuse it with the big-budget Science Museum. The Works has its own charms, with lots of hands-on activities to teach engineering concepts.
We tried this museum with a groupon deal. My 6, 8, and 10 year old kids enjoyed it for three full hours. They are used to the science museum and children's museums and so found it sort of small, but they enjoyed everything they played with. I would recommend it to anyone with kids 3-4 and up to 11 or... 更多
We were members at The Works for a year, and there are a few fun things to see and do, but a few of the items were broken down or not working properly, so it lost its luster after the second visit. We'll probably consider a visit once a year, but we'll never be members again.
We visited the works museum and we were lucky but groups came because we didn't have to wait for any activities! My kids loved the building activities And wanted to stay longer. Even the 2 year old had a great time. I found new activities that I didn't know my kids were enjoy!!!