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Crayola Experience, Orlando FL, Orlando

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  • Our family visited here with a 3 year old, 4year old, 18 month old, 2 moms and grandmom. We expected to spend an hour or two and ended up spending 4 1/2 hours. Everyone had a ball!!! The make your own...  more »
  • Visited with our 5 & 12 year old kids as an off-day excursion from the daily visits to theme parks. This is a nice place...very clean and well-managed. Priced at about $20 per person, same for kids n ...  more »
  • Visited Crayola experience while I Orlando since the weather was terrible. I didn't know what to expect since it's not Disney or Universal but it was a pleasant surprise. I kid you not, my kids talked...  more »
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  • This was my 1st visit. I understand the paying before, but not all activities are part of your entry fee. So, be sure to bring 1 dollar bills, cause they don't take your change. The helpers in the areas are very friendly. Ladies take a small sweater if you get cold. There are several things to do with all ages of kids. My 5 1/2 grandson had a great time. We were there for 2.5 hours. He was so tired.
  • We took a 3 year old, 5 year old and 11 year old and they were all thoroughly entertained for 4 hours! There are so many cool and creative activities. Prepare yourself to do these activities with your little ones. There aren't many things they can do independently, so you'll be exhausted lol! ...But well worth it.
  • My son loves art, so we decided to play here. The particular day we decided to go had quite a few field trips there as well. That being said my son was bowled over several times by kids on these field trips. There was not enough supervision and we would have enjoyed it much more without the tears involved. We also visited the cafeteria inside for some lunch to refuel. Well, there was one employee preparing the food and also cashing people out. So it took quite a while to actually sit down to eat even though there were only a few people in from of us. While my son absolutely enjoyed the experience, I couldn't help but notice the employees seemed bored to completely over their job. Overall, we will revisit, hoping that we won't run into field trips, and we will be going to the mall's food court or bringing our own lunch boxes.
  • Awful experience. You will not get your money's worth from this place. My family of three went after 5 PM and got half price admission, still not worth it. Some of the "attractions" weren't even working. In the end, we each walked out with a generic marker, a single crayon with a custom label, and a few sheets of paper that we colored. Just visit the store and buy something from there, trust me, you will be much happier. Also, about 80% of the staff were very unenthusiastic and didn't seem to care about being there. The live show is also a bust. Two of the crayon making machines didn't even work.
  • My first time here and I don't think I'll be back soon. My kid is two, so i ask if he pay and whoever was in the register (look like she was the unhappiest female in the world) charge me and my kid regular price. There's a lot of wonderful things to do; so he drew for a while but he was more interested in the playground. There's no supervision there whatsoever. Staff is non existent and I'm talking about a Saturday. I think they should charge an adult for a full price cause the whole experience is for kids; and definitely a 2 year old shouldn't pay. I'll be back, when we got older and can enjoy the whole "experience".