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EarlyWorks Children's History Museum, Huntsville

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4/5 based on 65 reviews on the web
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  • We took our students here for a field trip and it was very enjoyable. There are many things to do for elementary kids to do.. 
  • This was one of the most comprehensive, wonderful children's museums ever! My grands had such a great time with all of the exhibits (they're 3 and 7) and the adults were charmed as well. Exhibits were...  read more »
  • Not what we expected at all. Thought it would be more interactive for our toddler but she was bored and just walked through quickly. We did not care for the little areas that looked like mini day care...  read more »
  • This was a wonderful hands on museum for children of all ages.
  • Hi, We took a day and went to Early Works with hopes of entertaining and 8 year old. Well, the museum was very nice and the people were VERY friendly, but I would not say go there for entertaining children. There is a room for 6 and under that is great for them, but I just can't give the museum more than three stars, especially for what we paid. This is just my opinion, but my girlfriend agreed with me that this is just not a very entertaining place to take the family. Don't plan on staying there long, the museum is very small compared to any other place of this sort. I hate to sound negotive, maybe you will get more out of it than we did. Don't expect alot like we did. You can go through the entire museum in 45 minutes, and that is going very slow! Have a great day!
  • Absolutely Fabulous!!
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  • Earlyworks has several sections, biscuit's backyard is awesome for younger kids, lots of melissa and doug toys, a fishing pool, several farm themed areas. There is an area with large foam lego blocks and tinker toys, and a train table. The rest of the museum is dedicated to history. My 3 year old and one year old love the areas designed for them and obviously don't really give a hoot about Alabama history, but we still usually spend a few hours there when we go. The museum is small compared to big city children's museums, but there's still plenty to do for an afternoon. The crowds are minimal and the staff is friendly and helpful. I'd give it 5 stars if it was bigger.
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