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Portland Children's Museum, Portland

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  • My family has had a pass for the past couple years. This is a great opportunity for kids to learn and have a little freedom to play. The exhibits are well thought out, from a digger with crumbles of o...  more »
  • My son absolutely loved it. Being a toddler, he was able to explore and touch everything. Each area had it's own theme, and set up so he could move around at his own pace. He split most of his time be...  more »
  • We have been visiting the Children's Museum for about 5-6 years and our Grand Kids up to about 8 years old really enjoy it. Many hands on activities and special sessions and classes for them. Some bet...  more »
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  • Was a group visit with our district pre-school school program! End of year event! The place was super busy and shoulder to shoulder space. Parents were chasing kids everywhere and my daughter was literally split away from my hands because of kids pushing and parents pushing their way through the halls between the different zones. She was in tears and scared. Many of the special rooms were not open to people and those that were had "full" signs on them and only one employee managing it. every time I can by to check in they still were full. The one saving grace for us was the tree area and the vet space which were not as busy.... I am glad this trip was financially covered by the district. With summer coming I was hoping to have found a fun place to escape heat....I won't pay hard earned money to experience that kind of frustration! I would have complained had it been on my dime glad that wasn't the case :( supper disappointed
  • I had a few hours to kill with my 5.5yo and 1.5yo on a Saturday while my wife was at a bridal shower. We've done the zoo, we've done OMSI, and I was looking for something different and a little less expensive, because my kids tend to lose interest pretty quick. We've been to several children's museums, but this was by far - THE BEST. The exhibits were so well done, and it seemed there were endless activities and interactive exhibits here. The fact that they even have a huge outside portion was a real plus. My 5.5yo told me that he wants to go there every time we visit Portland.
  • First I want to start with a happy note. This place is awesome for kids up to age 8. We celebrate birthday party for my one year old and everybody absolutely loved it. There are a lot of different activities and kids gets worn out. My only complaint is about Maggie, the birthday host. All my guest were absolutely shocked by her rude behavior. We had until 1:30 to use the room, and at 1:20 she came in with a garbage can and just started shoving everything in the trash can. All the unopened beverages and chips, got tossed. So one of the guests had to stop her before she continued. It was so rude to start early and without asking if we were done or if I wanted to collect unopened containers before she would start collecting trash. Second of all, we did not have any other people using the room after us, so she could of waited that 10 minutes and let us finish the cake. I was so upset about her behavior and getting rushed and pretty much kicked out in less than 10 minutes. Unfortunately we won't be celebrating birthday parties at this facility anymore.
  • This is a fun museum. It has lots of crafts and hands-on activities for kids. The museum is marketed for younger children. My 12-year-old cousin had trouble finding things to do and enjoy.
  • Always Fun! Love that there's so much to do indoors! Need to fix the scanners in the Grasshopper Grocery. The kids love to scan the items. Overall, a great place to spend the day. When the weather is nice, the yard/water area is great!