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Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK), Gainesville

(4.2/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • informative, educational , clean and large enough to welcome a crowd. huge venue with full sized exhibit of fire truck, police car, airplane, motorcycle and grocery store.  more »
  • INK is a fantastic place for children to play and interact with each other and museum displays and toys. It provides hours of fun for toddlers up through grammar school with plenty age appropriate act...  more »
  • My 3 year old had a great time. She especially liked the play ground area. It was a great way to burn energy while we were visiting family.  more »
  • If your in the area and looking for something for the kids to do then this is really the only option. On a road trip we stopped by with a 1 and 4 year old to get them out of the car. It's a huge place with tons of activities for the kids from a full mini neighborhood with grocery store, bank, hair salon, dentist, dinner, etc.. There is an indoor gym and blocks and a ceramic studio that I think is an additional cost. It's such a great idea but the place is SUPER dated and quite frankly very dirty. I was so grossed out I just couldn't see past it. My kids had a great time cuz they don't see those things but for the price they need to do better. If u have nothing else to do and u aren't concerned with cost then head on over. If u have anything else u can do I would say skip it.
  • Great beginning of the summer road trip. Quiet (but not too) on a beautiful Thursday late May. This "museum" is certainly not boring and not only did the kids (3&6) get to use their imaginations, and explore, but they also made new friends. Our top choice for neighborhoods, the grocery store with a beeping scanner, shopping carts and plenty of things to buy. CF&M recommend!
  • Made a special trip there on our way home and I do plan to go back and give it a real shot sometime, but today just wasn't it. Parked and immediately there were older kids in education tshirts (I was told they were a fieldtrip group) walking through the lot outside talking loud & cussing. I go in and no one greets us & the mood in there was very somber. I called earlier and was under the impression it was 2 & under free, but it's under 2- my bad. I mention the cussing and am informed that is no reflection on them by the not so welcoming blonde lady. Just didn't feel compelled to swipe my card so we left.
  • We went for a field trip with Gwinnett county. Kids loved it. Price was good but not something we'd come back to anyone soon. Everything looked very dated
  • Awesome museum, just wish that had "Member Only" days because the place is a nightmare when they have field trips from schools and daycares which ends up being all the time during the week, and of course the weekends are always busy. So there is never really a good time to go because you never know when massive groups will be there.