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Savannah Children's Museum, Savannah

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  • I'll be honest, my wife and I were a bit skeptical of coming here after reading a lot of terrible reviews, but after mentioning it to my 5 year old daughter, she was very enthused about going, so we d...  more »
  • Very lame! Sprinklers weren't working, interactive toys dirty or missing parts. Big disappointment. Rip off  more »
  • This place has a cool concept, however, it's run down and several of the activities were missing pieces or just not in usable condition. The staff announced a story time for 11am. Come 11am the two gi...  more »
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  • Loved it. Great learning play area. Can't wait to take my baby girl. She was too young to really play in the area. I had taken her cousins. I know she will enjoy it though.
  • Took my children there over Spring Break and had a wonderful time. Their ages are 6, 10 and 17 even. It was such a unique experience with plenty of things to occupy them for awhile. As others have mentioned, it isn't really a museum, so if you are looking for that type of experience, you may want to try some other places. It is more of an outdoor play space. It has two levels with slides, a maze and even a garden! My boys (6 and 10) enjoyed playing dress up in the costume nook, and my daughter was really fascinated with the garden. If you are looking for a unique space for your children to play one afternoon, I definitely recommend paying the Children's Museum a visit.
  • It's a nice outdoor play area to take your kid every once and awhile, there are slides climbing surfaces, big Lego blocks, toys, a sand pit area, a maze, etc (Not a museum at all). Another thing I like the whole area is fenced and you need a code to enter. The things I didn't like is there isn't a place near by by foot to get a drink or snack, plus the price is just a tad too high. Recommended ages for kids would be 9months to 6 years old.
  • This wasn't a museum at all but an outdoor play place for kids. It was a beautiful setting and I truly wanted to like it, but there were several things that made this visit not worth it for our family of 4 kids. 1) recommended for ages 18 months to 9 years but my 8 year old had little to do there and wasn't very interested. Even my 5 year old got tired with it quickly. An hour tops there. 2) it was completely outdoors and you can't tell this from the website. You need to come prepared with towels and old clothes for the mud, dirt, wetness that is on all the toys, slides, etc 3) many of the toys and play areas had broken pieces or missing parts. They seem to have forgotten that children play hard with their toys and that their play areas needed to monitored and controlled regularly for upkeep.
  • Great option on a good weather day. More suitable for bigger kids.