Crayola Experience, Orlando
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My sons are 7 & 9. From other reviews I got the feeling that this place was for all but I didn't think so. 60% of what they offer I can do at home (painting, clay, play (McD's style) & coloring. My so... read more »
The Crayola Experience is located in the expansive Florida Mall so for the older kids or adults that aren't so keen on crayons and what amuses the youngsters the location offers something for everybod... read more »
オーランド空港の西部のフロリダモールの中にあります。かわいらしいクレヨンに関するアトラクションがあり20以上あり、創作意欲がわいてくるファミリーで楽しめるテーマパークです。Located in the western part of Orlando Airport Florida Mall. Is a theme park in the family have inspired, and more than 20 attractions on the cute crayon.show original
If I could give them ZERO stars I would, it's a complete free for all zoo. Extremely disappointed to have paid so much to literally get one crayon and just sit & color. Save your gas, your time & money. Manager was terrible, she 'couldn't do anything' about refunding our tickets. I'm surprised she has that position being how incompetent she is at it.
Very good experience. After 5 pm price is reduced. Fun time. Memorable time for family. Cleaning schedule needing to be performed a little more often for the price one is paying. Lots of fun. Get to make your own crayon.
My 1, 4 and 7 year old all have dune here. Fun activities with paint, computers, melted crayons. Really cool large jungle gym and a separate mini jungle gym for toddlers. The employees are lacking enthusiasm and most are lacking child interaction skills. They need to really work on training staff much better. It is worth the family membership price for sure
This is actually a really fun, neat attraction for the whole family, especially preschool and primary elementary aged kids! The whole thing is really one huge room (which allows you to keep an eye on your kids more easily) and it is pretty much all on the second floor (preventing kids from sneaking away, etc.). The cafe isn't "good" food, but it's not a bad deal (kids meal includes a cup with a lid and straw, plus a take-home "lunchbox" that could be great for a Crayola Experience crayon box at home.
Great place to visit for the first time and look around the store but not worth the price to get the annual pass. After kids visit the first time they're not really excited to visit again. My kids are age 6,7&8. You're better off getting another theme park annual pass for the cost.
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