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Don't take the name so literally. We're about fun. Not your white walls, walk around, and be quiet museum. If you want to climb around, get active with your kids or are a big kid at heart, we're the place. If you get freaked out easily, you might...more
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Me and a couple of my friends wanted some kind of experience so we decided to come to the City museum. What we didn't realize that this place is THE BEST THING I'VE EVER SEEN. If you're exploitative and a child at heart, this place...More
We went with a total of 8 adults and 7 kids and it was crazy fun!!! The ages were 2-8 in our group of kiddos, and they all had a great time and were engaged for HOURS!! Not sure who was more worn out us...More
We were in town for a wedding and wanted to do something fun during the day. I am so happy we decided on the City Museum!
We loved getting to explore the cave system and feel like kids again. The insane number of slides were...More
600K square feet. 11 story warehouse full of climbing structure fun. As if dr Seuss worked with metal, spare parts and slides and welded it all into a fantastic adventure world. No maps, just explore. About $14pp, extra 5 for the roof worth it if...More
My friend and I loved this place! There's a rooftop terrace with a ferris wheel, a school bus hanging halfway off the building, slides and so many other amazing art pieces you to climb. From there, you can slide down a 10-story slide to a...More
Please don't. As much as you love your dog, other people don't. Would you want someone who loves their small pet snake to bring it in? Rat? Chicken? Where do you draw the line? Service animals - yes. Pets, stay home.
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Not really. I mean there are elevators but as far as getting into the caves etc those are all stairs to get up there. Depending on when you go, we went on a Friday evening after 5 and it was so crowded it would be hard to... More
Not really. I mean there are elevators but as far as getting into the caves etc those are all stairs to get up there. Depending on when you go, we went on a Friday evening after 5 and it was so crowded it would be hard to navigate a stroller and a pain.