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My wife and I checked out the Discovery Museum yesterday and had a great time. Lots of hands-on exhibits to enjoy. Easy to spend 2 to 3 hours there. We did not have our kids or grandkids with us, but kept thinking how much fun...More
Well intentioned facility but many of the exhibits were not working. Very limited age range with probably grade 3 being the upper limit. Definitely a very good museum for the younger child. Donut shop next door a plus.
Didn’t really know what to expect when I visited. Found a fun place with fascinating exhibits from various fields. Lots of science exhibits but also things of historical interest in the context of geology and environment. Great place for kids and also for those young...More
We have gone to the Discovery Museum many times with out two kids and we love it! Every exhibit is fun for kids, and many of them are very interactive. You will learn about natural history, Nevada history, science and much more! They also have...More
We spent almost a full day exploring the Discovery Center with our 5 grand kids, aged 16 months - 12 years. Lots of interactive activities for kids of all ages. No food on site, so eat before you get there (or plan to take a...More
Great place for kids and adults. The museum is very interactive and hands-on. We spent a bit more than one hour there and enjoyed every minute. There are some great exhibits that challenge the mind, good for all.
Well worth the $12 and the experience.
I have visited children's science/stem museums in a few big cities. They are usually crowded, overpriced and exhibits are too distant/vague for small kids.
Terry Lee Wells in Reno was the opposite. The admission was very low, crowd size just right, and the exhibits were...More
Response from PatrickTu | Property representative |
Hello Rachelle. The Discovery is a family-oriented museum, but I think that you'll find that there's something for everyone. If you plan to visit after Saturday, November 14, we'll also have a brand new traveling exhibition... More
Hello Rachelle. The Discovery is a family-oriented museum, but I think that you'll find that there's something for everyone. If you plan to visit after Saturday, November 14, we'll also have a brand new traveling exhibition from National Geographic entitled Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants.
We hope to see you at The Discovery!