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Port Discovery Children's Museum
Based on 199 traveler reviews
Fun for a few hours
Apr 22, 2015 by: 75cruiser from
We took our 9 year old here for the day. There is so much to see & do. They have certain things that are just for the toddler age and then they have a main exhibit that changes every so often. It only took us about 3 hours to see everything and then our son was ready to move on to somewhere different. He did enjoy that he could touch everything in the place and the three story climb & slide course. This place seems to be better the younger your kids are. When they reach 10 or 11 there isn't as much for the older ones to keep busy at. Arrive early for when they open if you want to beat the rush. Fifteen minutes after they opened the line was very long. If your kids love it & you live close enough you can apply your admission towards a year long pass but you must do it before you leave that same day.
Apr 21, 2015 by: Phil D from Columbia, Maryland
A fun place to take kids under 10. A little chaotic when crowded, but other than that great. been here twice with same kid and he enjoyed it every time.
Awesome. Something for everyone
Apr 20, 2015 by: Sandbeast from Washington DC
We were highly impressed with this place. Something for everyone 2-10 years old. Awesome way to spend the day! A must see if you have kids under 10.
Awesome for any age!
Apr 14, 2015 by: Tammy S from Marlboro, New Jersey, United States
Our 1 year old son loved crawling and walking around the infant and toddler room. We cannot wait to return when he is older. Fabulous system with wrist bands to keep your children safe.
An amazing experience for all ages.
Apr 12, 2015 by: Miriam R from Brooklyn, New York
We visited with 4 children, 13, 12, 11, and 5 for approximately 4 hours. and all absolutely loved it!!! I was hesitant to bring my older kids since I saw somewhere that its for kids up to age 10 but thankfully they all enjoyed it. My 5 year old enjoyed royal farms, the tiny diner and harvest hill. My older kids enjoyed the nano activites on "Nano day" such as making robots. My 12, 11 and 5 year old enjoyed kid works, water works and kick it up. And while all the kids enjoyed running through "adventure expeditions" a mental obstacle course set in Egypt my 13 year old lingered there to thoroughly figure out all the clues. Miss Perceptions mystery house was fun too for all the kids but only my 13 old persisted and was able to figure out the mystery accurately. So all in all was a great, enjoyable and reasonable place to spend the day.
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