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This play area located within a public library branch is a delightful place for children. It's as good as most children's museums and it's free. Children can play on a train, built with blocks, assemble puzzles, put on a puppet show, or snuggle and read. Each area has appropriate books displayed to encourage literacy and play. Adults will be as... 更多
(This is actually a review for the Woodlawn location, which doesn't seem to have its own listing here.) My 4-year-old, 1-year-old and I visited Storyville for the first time last week and they had such a good time. My 4-year-old loved pretending to be a postman delivering letters to all of the houses on Storyville Lane, pretending to be a... 更多
This is a small childrens program, named "storyville" by people who haven't a CLUE. No relation to the famous red light district named for councilman Story, and finaly closed by order of the Navy during WW I . No music, no girls, and no history. At a bland suburban library. probably ok for ages 3-6
Various imagination-building play areas for kids, including one fenced area for babies. Very well done, and it's free. Be advised that only kids through age 5 are admitted.
Wonderful play area for babies and young kids. Several different play areas that work on different fundamental skills such as math, reading, building, puzzles and more. Baby specific play area with a ton of toys. Very diverse population with nice kids and loving parents on the day we visited. Very nice front desk staff. Open long hours and FREE!
I have only been to the Storyville in Woodlawn, at a different branch of the library. It is one of... 更多
This is surely the best place to take your preschooler too. It is designed so beautifully that you have your... 更多