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Golisano Children's Museum of Naples, Naples

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 240 reviews on the web
Golisano Children's Museum of Naples is located in Naples. To visit Golisano Children's Museum of Naples and other attractions in Naples, use our Naples vacation route planner.
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  • It is ideal for the kids... and an alternative for rainy days, both extreme heat since air conditioning is great! There is a place to drink and eat. The areas are very recreational.
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  • Excellent Museum, kids loved! Very clean and a lot for enjoy and learn. I just think that the parents entrance fee should be cheaper. 
  • Less a museum than rather a large playground for small children. Ideal as a diversion to the beach or alternatively on rainy days. Rather the game offer aimed at small children (approx. 2 to 7 years). It is the small but really great. There is much to discover. Our highlight was a small supermarket with attached farm, where children reap, equip the supermarket with the harvest and then sell could. In total, the range for a few hours. There is also a small outdoor area with a few water toys.
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  • My son loves this place! It is a great place to play with lots to do and learn. The classes here are great! We have taken the homeschool classes and my son loves the kids that attend and the teachers. The kids that attend these classes actually know how to behave.
  • Very pricey for what's there. I don't understand why adults need to pay admission, or at least the same admission as a child ($10 per person) if it's a Children's Museum. Not much for adults to do except supervise their children. Regardless, my daughter enjoys going there. Employees/Volunteers could also pay attention more to their sections and I would love to see them do a better job enforcing the rules. I purchased a membership and frequent the museum weekly and countless times children are using exhibits improperly and of course the parents aren't going to discipline their children (because most of them are not paying attention because they have their head in their phones) and say no, but at least the employees could do their job a little better. It would make the exhibits last longer in working order.
  • This place costed more than the awesome water park across the street. The displays consisted of fake grocery stores and generic animal displays. The only fun things for kids were the painting and play dough rooms. For $40 I can buy my kids way better versions of each. Highly disappointed.
  • Excellent place to bring kids. Even parents will have fun. Not sure why there is a review saying "why do they charge adults". If you have any interest at all you'll be engaged with your kids at this place.
  • My first review. I felt compelled to do it, because this place deserves the 5 stars. My wife, almost 4 yo, almost 3 yo, 10 month old and I just recently visited and loved it. My kids were the perfect ages. The 10 month old was able to crawl around in the play area, outside and upstairs. Truly the entire building is kid friendly. My 3 and 4 year old didn't want to leave and we were there all total 5 hours. We thought getting there early would avoid the crowd but the opposite was true for us. We left around noon to go eat. The one negative to this place is the food selection, but we didn't mind taking a break to go eat since we were able to get our hands stamped and return. When we came back around 1:30pm the kids basically had free reign of the place. There were probably around only 15 kids there, they had a blast. The AM was busy but not over-bearing. It was a weekday. My almost 4 year olds favorite things: shopping in the pretend store, climbing the "tree", pretending to be a doctor upstairs in the "vet clinic." My almost 3 year old favorite things: cooking pretend food in the cafe, "fishing" at the beach, kinetic sand in art studio, crawling under the Everglades ramp, and the igloo! The 10 month old loved the crawling play area. Probably spent 4 hours there. He loved it. Also he could crawl around upstairs a lot. The age where kids might not think this place is fun is hard for me to gauge as my kids are still young, but I could see about 10 or 11 year olds maybe getting bored quickly. Again I don't have older kids so it's hard for me to speculate.
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