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Garden State Discovery Museum, Cherry Hill

(4.1/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a great place for kids to learn and explore. It is loud and crowded, but my nieces love it here - especially the life size lite bright and princess house.  more »
  • Took my 2 year old Grandson here during his visit. After paying, we walked into the first room and he could not decide what to do first. So many activities. Once he started to play and explore, we cou...  more »
  • We took my 2yr,4month old grandson. For him it was a bit overwhelming., but the management gave us passes to come back when he was a little bit older. Of what we did see it looks like a fun learning e...  more »
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  • Has a great time here with my 18 month old son. A lot of the features are geared towards slightly older children, but he had a blast and there is an area sectioned off kids his age and younger. Definitely worth the price of admission. It can really fill up with summer day-campers. We timed our visit week by getting in as soon as they opened. My son had a chance to run through most everything and we were ready to go by the time it started to get crowded.
  • Enjoyed by all! Our 7 kids (1 year - 10 years) all had a blast. We went on a Sunday in the summer. We arrived around 1 pm. There were people there, but not busy at all. Many of the "attractions" were even empty. The staff was very friendly, and helpful. The guy by the arts and crafts was very helpful with our kids' projects.
  • Great place for kids with lots of fun things to do and see... but we went on a weekend and after a while the crowd was unbearable and we couldn't enjoy anything.
  • We were bored on a Saturday afternoon so I decided to take the kids out. I found this place on GroupOn. The deal was admission for a group of 4 for $19. The kids really loved it to the point that they did not want to leave even after the place was closing. The museum consists of several different stations where kids can basically pretend to have adult occupations. Some examples: - Waiter -Princess -Construction worker -Fisherman -Fireman/EMT -News Anchor -Artist -Hockey Player -Golfer Overall I think it's a nice place for young children (ages 2-7). I just didn't like how crowded it was. We arrived around 3pm and it was packed. The museum is small so the kids couldn't really do much. People started to leave around 4pm so it got better. Another thing that I didn't like was some of the parents just let their kids roam without supervising them. This little boy pinched my son because my son had a toy that he wanted. I told his mom and she made him apologize but I was furious. Keep an eye on your children please!
  • Very busy. Not much time for little one to compete with the bigger kids. Might be different on other days but Saturday afternoon was too much.