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Children's Hands-On Museum, Tuscaloosa
(4.1/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • This is a great children's museum for little ones. It is very interactive. But for older kids, it is only good for about an hour or so. 
  • We took our whole family to the Children's Hands-On Museum and it was so much fun for the kids. They can actually have hands on experiences in printing shops, soda shops, caves, dress in period clothi...  more »
  • I live in Tuscaloosa , We are blessed to have this facility and Charlotte Gibson that has made this her life. 
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  • We had a great time at the Halloween party! The booths were fun and easy for a wide variety of age groups. The staff and volunteers were super friendly even after getting mobbed by a thousand visitors. They had prizes at all the booths and kind words for my son even when he missed the ring toss or some other event. They had fun with us which made the time there even better. We can't wait to go next year too.
  • Appropriately named. It's VERY hands on for the kiddos. Our two granddaughters (ages 11 and 6) had a blast. So much to do, and the young men and young ladies who work there spent time making sure the kids learned something while having fun. Highly recommend!!!!
  • This turned out to be a great place to take our 3 year old at the end of a road trip. She enjoyed "fishing" and sorting microbes.
  • Our 3 year old loves it here. She runs from display to display as long as we're there. A single admission is expensive, $9 per. But a family membership with two babysitter slots is only $100 or so for a whole year. It would be nice if they were open until 6 pm instead of 5 for quick trips after work.
  • Not only was it 9$ for my 3 year old and 9$ for myself,but the overall experience was a waste of time.I forces myself to stay 20minutes to feel like we got something out of it.Its dirty,the workers basically follow you around,and frankly I dont see why it exists.