My kids enjoy going here and seeing what is going on. The interactive pieces are easy for them to use and they enjoy learning about whatever is the topic that month. The last time I went there was an exhibit about bees that was very interesting! My daughter also enjoys being able to do artwork about what she has learned.... 更多
Lots of things for small kids to do and experience. For locals you can get a membership, or if visiting a one day admission. Good for a rainy day activity.
Fun, educational, lots to explore and do. My kids love this place. We got a season pass and went often. If you are only in town for a short visit, and you have small kids, this is a great destination for families.
We got a membership for the discovery museum and go here once a week. My 13 months old baby boy loves to play there :) we will usually spend 1-2 hours there. Our favorite is a baby room and music room in the back. It gets crowded later in the afternoon, so we usually go in the morning.
It's overpriced and small but toddlers seem to love it! If you can afford it and have a toddler you should buy a year's pass. They charge adults as well which is ridiculous b/c you really do nothing except watch your toddler play and try to engage them in the learning activities the museum provides. It's WAY overpriced! But if... 更多
My wife and I took our two 9 year old granddaughters, and were very impressed by the facility. We learned a lot, especially about the African presentation, early American areas and native American presentation. The staff was extremely friendly, courteous, and informative.
The one in Richmond is so nice, but we had to take a day trip to C-Ville, so thought we'd stop here with our granddaughters to make the day more interesting for them. It is much to expensive for what it is, however; and what it is, is disappointing! Very small, not really much for the kids to do there... 更多
What a cool way to spends a few on a Saturday afternoon. We enjoyed our toddler playing in the different areas. Each activity held our attention for ten to fifteen minutes. My little one played and explored each station. Everyone else that was there was doing the same thing we where. Enjoying their kid/kids exploring and having fun.
Whenever the grandchildren need to be entertained, this is where we go. The Discovery Museum isn't fancy, but there is a real log cabin, a working bee hive, some costumes, an art space, and some exhibits in the back that change on a regular basis. We've taken our two-year-old granddaughter and everyone else up to about age eight. Additional virtues:... 更多