The main part of the museum is a GIANT atrium area where kids can run around. Really, it's huge...and there were also giant blocks and a few other things for the kiddos to play with. Included in the price for admission (under 2s were free) was "The Building Zone," a room geared towards kids under five with blocks, doll houses, a train table, and a life-sized "mini-house." The only tricky thing was that you had to make a reservation for a time (they only allow 45 people in per hour, adults and infants included), and the only time we were able to reserve was 1:00 pm. It was a bit close to nap time, but with a lunch, Chloe and Cate made it through and enjoyed themselves (Ike appreciated a good snooze much more on this particular day)! I'd suggest getting there early to make an earlier reservation.
Another cool feature of the museum was their Lego exhibit. They had a number of famous buildings constructed out of the blocks on display, and an impressive amount of Legos to actually build with. That was fun too!
We didn't get to check out much more of the museum, but it does seem very interesting. We'll have to go back...it was a great place to go on a freezing cold Sunday!
|Running through the atrium|
|Buidling with the giant blocks|
|The girls using Tinkertoys|
|Dollhouses are fun!|