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The National Museum of Play® is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play.
Sit on the Sesame Street steps
You'll find the national Toy Hall of Fame, the International Center for the History of Electronic Games AND a butterfly garden all under the same roof. Spend all day here, you'll need it.
Great hands-on kids museum with lots to see and do. The Sesame Street doorstop was a fun nostalgic stop.
Worth visit. Buy one free one for college students.
Taxi and slide and Lego village- it is all fab!!
Amazing place for family days!
Great food and an awesome place to bring kids to learn about history.
Always check the inside line. If your a member you can usually get right to the front! Especially for special events!
Kids love this place, so much to see and do
Berenstain Bear play area - boys loved it!
So much fun, the 2 arcades bring you back to your childhood love it
Fantastic and fun! We spent four hours here but could've stayed longer. Old-school pinball machines & arcade games upstairs were a hit with the whole family.
Go on Fri or sat evenings when the museum is open until 8pm!
Check out the glowing dance floor in the arcade!
Love this place. Great for all ages.
Excellent place to allow your children to learn through play. Exhibits include science, reading and fun interactive elements. There are also classic video games and three places to eat.
It's a great place...though it get packed quick then it's no longer fun!!! Best place to go is Friday and Saturday night at 5-8 lol
The puzzle display will challenge your mind
Come on a school day! Much quieter!
Big Bird's Feeling Sick
The best exit to visit while you're in Rochester
Come at 5 when most are leaving for dinner.
There is always something's for any kid to do, young or old
Brings back childhood memories. You'll have fun playing with the little kids and big kids at heart :)
The butterfly garden is worth the extra admission!
Probably the best play museum ever
Coolest place ever! Butterfly exhibit is a must!
A unique collection of the history of games and play. And The butterfly garden is amazing.
The exhibits, displays and interactive exhibits will entertain young & old for hours! You can even shop at Wegmans! Eat earlier and go around the noon hour when most are packing up for lunches & naps.
Play the video games of your hold good on level 2.
Get there right at 10, gives I a good hour before it gets crazy
Go to the fantasy story book place and make mustaches!!
The mini wegmans is basically the coolest thing in the entire world. I was like 5 the first time I went; I'm 18 now and it's always my first stop.
Great place to find moms lol
Half priced milk shakes from 2-3!
Fun time with the kiddies!¡!¡
The video game exhibit takes coins. :(. At least they are keeping it real.
A must see stop for any age!
This place would be much more fun without so many kids around
Friday night is the best night- no crowds!
Butterfly garden is beautiful but very muggy in the winter. Be prepared.
Forgot something at home? The museum has free supplies of necessities, like diapers, on-hand for minor mishaps.
go shopping at wegmans!!
Japan is here! Catch Japanese drumming, martial arts, costumes, food, & culture. And make friendship bracelets-all in this new exhibit. :-)
one of the absolutely coolest places i have been.
They give out free diapers if you forget to stock up before you leave home!
You have to pay to play most of the classic video games on the 2nd floor. Tokens are 8 for $1. But there is an all in one game unit near the dodgeball game that is free to play.
Find a comfy chair and let the kids (including the one in you) roam free
Home of the national Toy Hall of Fame, which opened to the public in 1998. To date, 44 toys have made it into the National Toy Hall of Fame, including 2009 inductees: the Ball, Big Wheel® & Game Boy®