Cool Fun for Kids (and a Great, Easy Craft!)

  1. Amber says:

    Wow, that looks like so much fun!  I wish we had a place like that where I live.  They offer so much for such a small admission fee.

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree- The price is a huge selling point. It costs less to go there than the indoor playcenters around here, which don’t offer nearly as much!

  2. That place looks great!  We’ve had a very mild summer (not too hot) in Pittsburgh, and now that the heat wave has hit we’re in the VERY cool Pacific Northwest.  Yesterday we dug for clams!  And today we put crab pots in the ocean.  WE ARE SPOILED.  But we are spending the next 3 weeks with our kids and their cousins, and I think that CD project looks awesome.  So I’m in!  Thanks for sharing.

  3. Phgerv says:

    That looks like a lot of fun!!! Do they sell  Travlinbugz? I find this toy to be one of the most creative and fun to come along in years!!!

  4. Adina Milligan says:

    We love the Discovery Center.  Savvy Source had 1/2 price memberships last Fall, so we bought a voucher.  The other awesome thing is that most children’s museums around the country will let you in for free if you are already a member where you live.  I know this is true for Atlanta’s, Chattanooga’s and one in St. Louis as well.  Their birthday parties are pretty reasonably priced as well.  This year we are doing the “Pirates and Princesses” party.  The kids are encouraged to dress up and after doing the party room stuff, a staff member takes them on a “treasure hunt” around the museum.  My son’s birthday isn’t until October and he can’t stop talking about it.

    • Anonymous says:

      I wonder, is that true for Adventure Science Center, too? Because if I could use a membership there AND at Discovery Center AND in Chattanooga and Atlanta, I would be SO IN! 🙂

  5. Amy says:

    This looks like a fantastic place. My kids are grown and I don’t live anywhere near there, but I loved reading the review anyway. And the craft looks way cool.

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