I brought my family here. My kids are a little older, 9 and 12, but they still had a good time. Lots to do and play. I remember taking my son here when it was at their old location across from the Franklin Institute and...More
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There is so much to do with young children. We always arrive first thing so we can play when there aren’t crowds. We also had our sons first birthday party there. The birthday party was great and everyone was able to enjoy the facility for...More
Finally, a museum where children are encouraged to not only touch the exhibits, but interact with them! From the huge water table experience, to the train exhibit and Alice in Wonderland treehouse and all that goes with it, all areas were exciting and unique. The...More
We spend about 3 hours here with our 7 and 9 year old grandchildren. Both of the children loved this museum and said it was their favorite part of our Philadelphia trip. This historic building was lovely, clean, and spacious. The children loved the hands...More
Our granddaughter is a very active and hands on kid. This is a great place to let her roam and touch and play with everything. We caught a cute puppet show about the Pinch Bear. Cute story and we'll done.Found a few things for an...More
Getting to the museum took forever because of all the road closures. Once there recommend parking on the street, way too expensive to park in the lot (no benefit either). This historical site is beautiful and huge so we were expecting a lot inside. Our...More
We take our grandchildren there and it is special place, clean and well-organized. It has been the site of many happy memories!
Awesome place to visit with young kids. hand-on experience of every exhibit makes this place an unique place. Highly recommended.
This is a wonderful place to take your children and to expose them to things that they can actually interact with.
As a former annual membership holder, I had to stop in with family and check out this old favorite. Alot of the museum was as I remembered it. Water play area, tree house, building blocks and Merry-Go-Round by the cafeteria. Outside grounds are nice for...More