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We stopped here while on vacation and it just happened to be a free admission day due to a kids health day. There were health related tables everywhere and they were all handing out free kiddy knick k... more »
This is largely a place for children aged 2 to 5. There are fun things to climb on and manipulate. My grandchildren liked the kid-sized ant farm and to play in the little town with grocery store and p... more »
We went on one of the free days as our first visit. It was nice but really small. It wasn't too crowded like we were worried it would be. more »
Dont waste your time here they let it go so bad its pathetic. The water exhibit doesnt even work nor does the cow. Not a place to bring anyone over 5.
I have always loved to take the grandkids here in the past. Today's visit however was very disappointing. I feel that they have let things go, and are not taking care of their exhibits. The clothing covers for the water table...you can't find any which the velcro works. The fishing boat only had two rods and each of those had so many knots tied in them they were too short to catch a fish. They have several model trains that run, but only ONE actually ran when the buttons were pushed. The computers, very few, if any actually worked. The best area was for 5 and under (but we definitely let the 7 year old play there too)! The Marsh grocery store had very little food (although we found a LOT of it in the kitchen). I understand children can be hard on the exhibits, but maintenance needs to be done. They are building a new exhibit, which I'm sure will be nice, but they should take care of what they already have first!
Interesting interactive displays that are kid friendly and family oriented. The creative staff is always coming up with attention keeping yet educational displays and programs to keep the Childrens Museum fresh and interesting so you never get tired of going back. We are blessed to have such a fine family Centered venue in Muncie that more than compares with any of the Childrens Museums in any of the surrounding larger cities thanks to the creativity, commitment and caring of the management, staff and volunteers. Make it a point to visit this Muncie Treasure soon.
Indoor mock-ups of grocery store, post office, school, train, and many others permits kids act and play out their imagination.
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