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Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast, Jensen Beach

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Children’s Museum
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Visited here with my husband and six year old daughter. Honestly this place needs a lot of work and is less than desirable! We spent 26$ to get in for all 3 of us and it honestly felt like we over pay...  more »
  • Took my 10 year old grandson there for the afternoon. We had a great time, he was busy running all over and had a blast! He loved the big ship, the grocery store and loved the car. He was changing the...  more »
  • My 75-year-old mother, who has worked with children in public schools for over 25 years and even did puppet shows on the side, was denied entry as a paying customer because she didn't have a kid with ...  more »
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  • Great place to go with the children. Great learning environment that teaches basic life skills that are designed for future social awareness and economic understanding. Many project rooms as well.
  • We were told about this "museum" from a family member when we were in town during Spring Break. We used to live in this area for decades until 2005. We were told it was free and that could have been the mistake of the family member who had told us. I have been to the Indian Riverside Park in the past when I had lived there. So when we got there and we were told $23 for my husband and I, as it was the weekend and some sort of event was going on. Then she was like are you a member and I was like no I don't live in the area. She then had a sneer. I was like let me check and the lady actually said "could you make it fast". We turned around and walked out, we told the family member who recommended it. They were apologizing. We were like you have nothing to apologize. Even if they had made the mistake of it being free, they shouldn't apologize for someone who obviously doesn't have work ethic. We might be from out of town currently but we have a lot of family in the area. We are also down frequently. This is not a place we would recommend due to the young woman's attitude.
  • this place is a really fun place to go they have lots of things for children with special needs but today when we came in it was supposed to be a free event and the event only had 15 minutes left on it so I asked if I could pay and last time I came I only had to pay for my daughter so I sat down on the bench and texted my father to see if I could use his credit card to pay and the director Olivia Labrador was down right nasty and told us until we paid we had to go outside in the hot sun until my father texted back instead of sitting in the A.C on the bench. Most unprofessional and rudest person I've ever dealt with. I wont be back
  • Great atmosphere for kids to play, be imaginative and have fun! The programs offered and the staff here are wonderful! This is a "hidden gym" on the Treasure Coast!
  • My 2yo has so much fun there, but she ends up getting sick often after playing. I thought it was just due to other kids playing sick until I was told that they only clean it once a week. With the high volume of children in there who don't understand the concept of not spreading germs, it should be cleaned and disinfected daily. As far as the parents go...please don't take your kids there to play when they have conjuctiveitis, runny noses or are coughing all over the place.