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Children's Discovery Museum, Augusta
(2.6/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
The Children’s Discovery Museum's vibrant, professional exhibits and events creatively complement public and private educational resources in an area, and are designed to promote self directed learning.
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  • This is a well designed activity center (museum is an aggressive description) with about a dozen fun things for kids (2-12). The pretend banking center has a real tube system like a bank drive-thru. M...  more »
  • always took my chilren hear for enjoyment and education.even adults can learn something.relaxing and safe. 
  • Lots of toys set up In a big room. My grandchildren 5 and 3 thoroughly enjoyed the grocery store, Bank, manual train area. I enjoyed that there were places to sit. Good for a two hour activity but a l...  more »
  • Not worth the money! The place needs an update, and new/more exciting things if they are going to charge the amount they do. Pretty disappointed.
  • If I was an extremely wealthy man. . . I may have felt less ripped off, but ripped off nonetheless. I am not extremely wealthy though, it cost 24 dollars to take my wife, 2 year old daughter and 12 month old son. There was very little for a 12 month old to do, actually, due to all the small things on the floor it was really quite a hassle. There were a lot of toys there that my 2 year old enjoyed, 4/5ths of it were just regular toys though, like she has at home. The touch tank aquarium had clams in it. That's not so cool. A lobster that the worker was scared to touch. Was it worth 24 dollars for the 30 minutes we meandered around? Definitely not. Would it have been worth 12? Maybe. Would I recommend it to a friend? Not if I wanted to keep that friend.
  • Good place to bring kids when visiting
  • Great for the kids though it was 6 dollars per person. This place would be great for familiarizing kids with a lot of things.
  • Trash