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Children's Museum of Alamance County, Graham

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  • My son loves going to this museum and it only costs $5 a person to get in. His favorite part is the play diner where he pretends to be a chef. We've also been to a few birthday parties at the museum a...  more »
  • My husband and I took our nephews to the museum Saturday morning right when they opened and it was perfect! They have fun for really all ages as I have one nephew who is four and the other is one. The...  more »
  • I was pleasantly surprised at all the things there for kids to see and do. I have a 14 month old and just wasn't sure there would be a lot for him to do. I was wrong! There are plenty of things that t...  more »
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  • This place is awesome! I've been here before but as a Caregiver. Now that I have my own daughter (just turned a year) it's even a better experience! Always clean, staff is always friendly...it's great! My daughter always has fun.
  • We arrive 30 minutes before closing we are not members so we had to pay the full price which first of all I thought was absolutely ridiculous. It was my fault for not looking ahead in advance to see when they close but when you haul your children all the way there you can't tell them no even if it's 30 minutes. My daughter was looking forward to doing the paint they did not tell us that exhibit along with other would already be closing at 4:30. Finding out when we walked in after paying I was very disappointed by this as you can imagine with screaming toddlers so I inquired with manager who told me I should've looked online because it stated that there however when I left I looked online and it did not say anything about exhibits closing before 5. The museum itself was fun and we been there before but I could not believe how rude the woman was to me and how they had absolutely no compassion for someone who is a single mom in a waitress just trying to give her kids a fun time on a rainy day. They wouldn't give me any kind of refund or a pass to come back another day. I don't post reviews often but I was so upset by this experience I had to share. I would not go there unless you have a few hours and not at the end of the day because clearly those people don't care about your children or your experience they just want to get out
  • Awesome day for the kids, hours and hours of fun. Ok, parents can play, too! Just don't stay too long: you get hungry and grumpy kids who refuse to leave!
  • Fantastic fun, with indoor and outdoor areas, separate baby/tot area, wonderful staff, great value. Love this place. There are many different rooms where everything is hands-on and child size: doctor's office (the life-sized foam skeleton puzzle is a big hit), dentist office, construction site, post office, train station, farmer's market, etc. Kids can serve and order pretend food in the diner while in another room, train lovers can chug around a train table outfitted with lots of tracks and engines. There's a large "fish bowl" room where kids can paint masterpieces on the plexiglass walls (the staff hoses it down every hour for the next artists). There's a giant climbing structure, an outdoor water feature and sand area, and even some raised garden beds with real vegetables that kids are encouraged to harvest.
  • This is a great place to take kids 7 and younger. It probably wouldn't be very interesting for an older child. Great staff and the building was very clean and neat.