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As a parent you're crazy to come here. It's madness. But I'll admit my kid can't stop talking about the fire truck and asks at least once a week to come back. Sigh, use disinfecting wipes aggressively
It's a MAD HOUSE unless you go first thing when it opens during the week. Total zoo on the weekends.
Tomorrow From 5pm - 8pm It's Target Free
Fun interactive children's museum with lots of great spaces for kids to explore. Dora floor, fire engine, sand tables, painting on the white board and splash in the summer are our highlights.
ok for toddlers. not really for bigger kids
An amazing place to take the young ones. Was the highlight of our trip for my little one.
Parking Garage across the street. $45 for 3 hours and $55 for 4+.
Happy Birthday Gia!
Children crawl through mouths to learn about digestion, join a pottery class, or draw her own version of a classic Chagall painting at the Children’s Museum.
Loads of fun but unlike the other museums in the city there's no cafe that's a bummer
Fun place for your toddler :-)
A lot of fun for the children
We visited on twice it was so good. I have 2 daughter 3 and 4, they both loved it. They where never bored. They ran from area to area. Their joy was palpable. The staff was friendly and helpful.
4 floors -Lots of things to do! My 2 yr old grandson had a blast... However, many older kids running around makes it a little unnerving.
Even the 7 year olds had a great time
Free Admission for Bloomberg employees, immediate family members and nannies.
The water tables at City Splash are perfect for the little ones on a hot day. Inside was a little too crazy with older kids overtaking the under 4 Playworks exhibit.
If you're looking to meet some nannies this is obviously the place to go
Dora and Diego's World on the second floor is a major highlight here.
Good exhibit on the human body
Not too much thrill if you are older than 6 or 7. The UMIGO exhibit closed today.
Remember to leave your stroller at home or bring a fold-up! Our FAVORITE museum doesn't have enough space for hundreds of strollers, so we leave our stroller at the free coat check facility.
My old High School -- Rhodes Preparatory
It Will Be Open The Day After Easter On Monday So Bring Your Kids And Have Fun
Oh hell yeah
I went there with my a bunch of Kindergartners and they had a blast.
THIRTEEN members receive $1 off admission per person, up to four people, to this learning space for families with children 0-12.
Richard Kind must live around here. Saw him twice
No food allowed inside so get grub before you go.
Visit the museum and take an interactive approach to learning with exhibits that will blow your little one's mind. Stop at www.educationnation.com for more interactive learning approaches.
Didn't like this place. Cery little to no natural light in the building. The Brooklyn children's museum is much better.
Make sure to check the events calendar when you come. There's always way more going on than just the exhibits--like workshops downstairs with New Vic Teaching Artists!
Let's go, I wanna see
Coat check is free.
Warning for first time goers : It looks like a school so kids on line may or may not tantrum !!!
Eat before or after your visit, there is no eating in the museum
It's best to leave your stroller at home!
Every first friday of the month from 5pm - 8pm its free for everyone.
This is definately not a place for a nine year old! I would say 6 and under!
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did yoga with my kid today -- if they offer it again, it's a ton of fun.
MUST do the workshops-- I made a thanksgiving plate with my 6 year old and Gregory Christie, children's illustrator
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