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I was looking for a fun time for my grandsons and remembered taking my now grown up sons to Great Explorations when they were kids and the museum was in Bayboro. First time I have gone since it moved to Sunken Gardens. My 2 and...更多
This "museum" is completely interactive. The kids can build, engage in pretend play, learn about the human body, pretend to be in a tv news show, and many more things. I would strongly recommend getting the annual pass because it has one of the best...更多
Our son had a good time at the museum. There was PLENTY to do. Almost overwhelmingly so. He actually sought out some spaces with less activity (a duplo building area in the toddler section). Which was fine with me. We went in July and there...更多
Great Explorations Museum, Carrabas Italian Restaurant and Sunken Gardens are right next door to each other. This is a trifecta of entertainment for someone over 5.
This is a wonderful place to rake young kids. They have all kinds of things for entertainment. My 3 grandchildren ages 2, 4, and 6 loved it.
I took my "Grands" to Great Explorations twice. The first time was loved by both; the second time, my granddaughter was older, and did not care for it as much. There are many hands on activities, but aimed at a 4-5 year old.
The kids had a great time exploring at my granddaughters birthday party. They have a seperate room to rent that is included in the price (per child). You can even bring your own food in. Kids just loved it.
very nice and educational for the whole family. Many activities for children. But pricing was quite high. Also next to Sunken Garden attraction.