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EcoTarium, Worcester
(4/5 based on 190 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We took the kids here on a day trip, it was $50 for 2 kids and 2 adults, more if you wanted to ride the train or see the planetarium, another $12 and $16 respectively. We hit it on a day when there wa...  more »
  • The museum itself is entertaining: it features 3 floors of exhibits - there's a glass floor balcony to test your acrophobia on the top floor, live animal shows for the kids and a planeterium/movie the...  more »
  • Great value-something for everyone! Indoor and outdoor activities- large motor-fine motor skills incorporated in play. Great gift shop 
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  • Great place for the kids. They have a good variety of interactive exhibits for all age groups. There are places to climb on the walls, see animals, and learn about science. There is also a really nice outdoor area with bubble activities, a playscape, costumes, and even arts and crafts.
  • Visited today and my 2 yr old loved it. Train ride was awesome. Best part was making bubbles.Definitely will go again! Spent a good 4 hrs there. So much to do. Definetly a great kids place to check out.
  • Had a ton of fun with our kids and another family. Really enjoyed the bubble activity. Sad we missed the Tree Canopy walk--they ran out of tickets, so make sure you get yours on the first chance at the Main building entrance (top floor). The museum is small, but packed with unique and fun activities and exhibits here in comparison to other museums, like the hurricane simulator, the "Amazingly Immature" section, etc. Train ride is just OK, though.
  • the kids (2 and 8) really enjoyed it. lots of hands on stuff for them to play with, and the outside area was a big hit.
  • Tons of things to do for kids and still interesting and fun for adults. Tons of animals and a lot of hands on activities, a large gift shop, small food vendor and a $3 train ride.