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Children's Museum at Holyoke, Holyoke

(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We love this museum. We usually go about once a year as we live 45 minutes away and it can be a little pricey, but my kids have a ball every time. The water tables complete with play boats and raincoa...  more »
  • This museum was a welcomed surprise. Being in Holyoke I wasn't sure what to expect. The museum was extremely clean, the staff very helpful and the different play stations educational and fun. It looks...  more »
  • This museum is great! Especially for toddlers and preschoolers! So many fun and educational areas to explore. There are gross motor, fine motor, sensory, dramatic play, music, and even science areas! ...  more »
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  • There are so many unique activities at this children's museum. My 3-year-old daughter and I spent an afternoon here. Some highlights were the interactive projector games (motion detector), a cool contraption that hauls pretend bricks up to someone waiting upstairs who then drops them back down through a chute, build-your-own racecars with a track for racing, a ton of different types of creative instruments, the water table of course. Unfortunately the shadow room and bubble table were not working when we were there. The room all the way in the back, World of Motion, was definitely my daughter's favorite, she spent about 1.5 hours there. Food and drinks are not allowed in the museum but we brought some snacks with us and ate them in the room upstairs, there are tables and chairs and looks like a great room for a birthday party.
  • Wonderful place to take the kids. We were in town visiting family and the kids needed something age appropriate to do. My 1 & 4 yr old were delighted to explore and play here all day.
  • Okay, so I just found this place after a brief search for it online. I used to come here when I was little (I'm 17 now) and I had the best time of my life. I actually still remember this place very well and have dreams about it sometimes. If you want your kids to have a great time, bring them here. My favorite part was the shadow room, I used to spend so much time on there. Also I remember a little treehouse area filled with plastic food? Not sure if it's still there but my parents basically had to drag me out to go home.
  • Not a whole lot to do here, but my young daughter could spend hours just in the climbing structure at the entrance. This place can be a bit tedious for adults, but the kids clearly love it. I recommend this place for a rainy day when you want to do something special with your kids.
  • Fantastic kids place! Although I'm not crazy about $7 per person as that can get expensive. My 2.5 yr old loves it and for me that's worth every penny! To the Director, the staff and the contributors, thank you for making such a safe and enjoyable place for children and families!!