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Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills

(4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Just enough to give you a lot of information about the King and Egyptian history. Worth going to see. My complaint is: Why are all the descriptive signs down low? Bending as I walk through the exhibit...  more »
  • A nice museum close to home. The museum has many interactive exhibits to keep your kids engaged. For those on a budget, one Friday evening a month has free admission (check their web site for details)...  more »
  • I met a friend here with our 2nd graders and it was just okay. Granted, we didn't get to see the Native American section (boys were done by this time), but even so... Perhaps I just didn't know what t...  more »
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  • Love the science museum, especially during halloween when they put on quite a huge show. I have a lot of great memories coming here as a kid, and now I bring my kids here and they love it too.
  • Came here for the planetarium and stayed to tour almost the entire place. It's an incredible place to learn and explore. The planetarium is nice and small and we loved all the different rocks outside of the planetarium. Being rock collectors we were in heaven.
  • Offered extra credit for my students to go on Friday free night- NOT free like it use to be! No bat zone, charge for exhibit, charge for planetarium. Ends up very costly for my students. Come on Cranbrook- work on community outreach!
  • Quite expensive. Went to see the Megalon exhibit, the flyer did not mention that it is necessary to pay both general admission, $13, plus $5 extra dollars per person for the megalodon exhibit. Beautiful museum, lots of geology and artifacts.
  • This place is simply magical, for kids and adults alike. There is so much to see and do, the exhibits change regularly, and our kids never get tired of visiting.