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The Woodlands Children's Museum, The Woodlands

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  • This has always been a fun place to take you little one and I LOVE its location. (not by the busy mall)  more »
  • We are too old now, but my kids always loved coming here. It is no nonsense and just lots of pretend play, crafts, nature exploration. They don't have a lot, but it is also not funded by the town. It ...  more »
  • I'm a full time Nanny, 48 hrs per week for 2 boys ages 4 and 6. I am always looking for something fun, interactive and educational for the boys to do. They love the Children's Museum of the Woodlands....  more »
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  • Staff was very nice. The wait was a little longer than I'd like, but the staff kept me informed and gave us refreshments while we waited. The physician was very knowledgeable and pin pointed the problem right away. She took time to look up his chart before she came in to examine him.
  • The staff keeps the place very clean. For a small facility, my kids had a blast! The price for entrance is very reasonable. We will definitely be back again in the future!
  • My daughter had the best time here. It's great for toddlers! Great stations for the little ones. Way more relaxing than the big children's museum in the museum district.
  • I wish I could post this without stars...NEVER AGAIN will we spend money with this establishment! First off we we're never greeted when we walked in just stared at. The stuck up front desk lady looks at us like she's puzzled about why we're there. The only reason we didnt leave was because it's my son's birthday and he was already excited about playing. We then proceed to let the kids go play and you could just see people looking, staff and visitors. It's almost like none of them have ever seen black people before. None of the kids there could even play in peace without someone picking up around them everytime something drops. When we we're finally ready to leave the same uptight front desk lady just stood there staring again. I had to tell her bye and have a nice day just to interrupt her from staring my family up and down on the way out the door. This place is so uptight and we will be doing a redo outting for my son's birthday. Maybe at the real Children's Museum. I guess you get what you pay for.
  • I arrive and asked if they had any Military deals for tickets or memberships.... then they proceeded to tell me for Active duty only. Ok here's the problem I served until retirement and was not honored as Military??? They then proceeded to charge my wife,my child, and I to enter a children's museum. Why would parents have to pay full admission? Then I watched a National guard soldier/ customer get the discount because he is Part time National guard. Here is the bottom line. Either offer it to everybody that served and dedicated their lives to their country or don't offer it at all. The facility is subpar and small which is ok if they cleaned and put more heart/and money into the facility. Won't be back.