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Imagination Activation! At YAA, the possibilities are as endless as your imagination. Ride a subway, visit a cave and discover a dig in ArtScapes. STOMP to the rhythm, build sand sculptures and recycled puppets in GreenScapes. Learn about faraway...more
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I hardly ever write one star reviews, but today's experience was so upsetting. My parents, my son, and I visited YAA on 8/28 and had a great first visit. Upon purchasing our admission that day, the associate told us about the museums programs, including membership....More
I brought my 2 year old grand daughter here on a rainy afternoon. She absolutely loved this place, and it was so hard to get her to agree to leave! Afterwards, she slept for 2 hours. But while there, we went from exhibit to exhibit,...More
There's a fair amount of things for kids to do the almost two year old with us had fun. But $14 for each member of the family is absolutely outrageous even for a 1 year old same price as a 40 year old. The kids...More
It was my sons first time ever attending a camp. He's 10 years old. He attended camp there for a week to make Art and learn about Art. It was the most horrible experience we have ever gone through. He attends a private Catholic School...More
Took my 10 year old son here for a father and son field trip. They got books, games, and movies of all varieties. The place is clean and lots of parking available. The people are friendly and helpful. My son enjoyed coming here. I would...More
We were really excited to go. The pictures and listing of things to do online sounded exciting. Unfortunately, the place was dirty, poorly kept, half of the exhibits didn't really apply to children, and there was not a lot of things to do.
I started bringing my 2 kids to Y@A when it was just a tiny little museum, (in a different location), that was always empty. Back then it wasn't as expensive as it is today. My kids always had an enjoyable time. By the time the...More
We finally checked this place out and purchased a membership. Our two year old loves going there. I love that its only one story. My kid runs from area to area and I don't have to worry about her falling down stairs or escalators. They...More
We came from TN to visit family and wanted to do something different. When we arrived at the Museum we were excited. We first visited the toddler section which was really neat and had nice structures and different areas for the kids to play at....More