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St. George Children’s Museum, St. George

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • When it is too hot to be outside this makes a great escape for your grandchildren . A variety of exhibits and activities that interest children of various ages 
  • I thought to myself oh boy I'll go through this for the grandkids and get it over with. Was I surprised, I probably enjoyed the museum as much if not more than the kids! There are all types informativ...  read more »
  • Great local attraction for children. Our grandkids have seen a lot of great museums and studios like this (from No. Utah), and they loved this one. Well presented, lots of interactive activities, crea...  read more »
  • We came from Salt Lake on a family trip and thought this would be a fun adventure. It was incredible!!!! We easily spent 2.5 hours here and probably could have stayed longer if my family wasn't starving. My kids are three and one, so we also had to leave because of nap time. Absolutely worth going! Also pack swim stuff for the amazing splash pad right next to the museum .
  • This is one of the best things they ever brought to St. George! This is so fun for kids and for the most part relaxing for the adults! A must visit if you have kids!
  • My daughter loves this place! Been to children's museums in other cities and this is comparable in quality and content. I was pleasantly surprised. Please check this place out and support!
  • I have been to several children's museums before and can say that calling this facility a museum is quite a stretch. I agree with another reviewer that your children will likely experience little actual learning here. It is more like a glorified McDonald's playplace. Many of the exhibits are non-interactive (e.g. switches, knobs, etc that do not effect any change in the exhibit) or non-functional (as in broken). Our 8-year was quite disappointed. Our 6-, 5-, and 2-year old children stayed sufficiently entertained, but again I expected a hands on learning experience instead of a random play-with-semi-or-non-functional-stuff experience. Just fyi I am a hands-on parent that actively participates in parenting my children and helping them learn. Passive parents that just want to give their children a play area might find this facility sufficient for their needs.
  • Suggested donation of $3/kid and $5/adult I think. You wear wrist bands. But they'll take whatever you give them. Fun and sciency stuff geared for kids. We spent about 3 hrs here.
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