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The website of the Seattle Children’s Museum states, “Our Mission is to bring to life the joy of discovery for children and their families through fun, creative, hands-on exploration of the world around them. We strive to ignite curiosity and encourage them to become active, life-long learners.” Head over here along with your kids for an intriguing and exciting time. Kids will love exploring Cog City, Discovery Bay, Fort Adventure, Mountain and Global Village.
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Cool little place to take the kids for an hour or two. The furnishings are somewhat old and outdated, but 6 year olds aren't bothered. It's only $12 to get in and the staff there is very pleasant. Definitely worth checking out at least once.
I've taken my daughter a couple of times. She had fun, for sure. But the place is in serious need of updates and upkeep. Lots of old or broken equipment. The grocery store place was completely empty last time we went. We live in Bothell, and when choosing where to take our kid for this type of experience, the Imagine Children's Museum in Everett is by far the winner.
Pretty cool. This was my first time here and it was for a friend's kid's birthday party. If I were 3 or 4 or 5 this place would be awesome.
I love the new changes they made to the theater. It now has a dressing room area with vanity mirrors and costumes to change into. They added a sound and light board and a new seating area. This is a great place to bring young kids to explore and play. My kids never get tired of it even though they've gone a ton of times. The art station has clay making, painting, coloring, crafts, a squeegee board, chalk table and a light table with blocks that have see-workugh geometric colored shapes. There's a ball room where you can play with ping pong balls and chutes. They also added bouncy balls and hoops. I think they're still working on their ranch exhibit which I'm looking forward to. For now you can dress up in cowboy apparel, ride stick horses and pretend you're in the wild west. The international exhibit has a bunch of play areas set up in different countries. You can explore homes and towns based in the Philippines, Japan, Africa. I personally love the mock supermarket based off of Metropolitan Market. The check out stands actually work and will scan the boxed or canned products and show it on the screen. Sometimes they'll also have fresh flowers and you can take one and donate/pay on the honor system. There's a construction area where you can build with tools and screws. There's a mock restaurant that was originally based off a real restaurant that used to be in the Armory. There's a mock eye exam room. There is a mock forest where kids can do a scavenger hunt for birds. There's also a big play area to build forts and run around. It's also great for infants and toddlers. There's a specific area for younger children and nursing moms if you want privacy. It has a small slide and other toddler friendly toys. I also love the book room. They will have story times throughout the day or you can explore on your own. There are tons of areas to relax and tons of books to read to your kids. If you're there the whole day, there is a small eating/stroller parking area or you can stamp your hand and head up to the Armory to eat. It's right next to the train tables and mock light rail station. You can also host birthday parties here. If your kids or you have a Washington medical services card (medical coupon) you can visit for free. If you have SNAP, just show your card for discounted entrance fee. There's also an hour at the end of the day where you can visit for free or basically donation based where you give what you can.
Great place to spend a few hours if you like dinosaurs and a/c. Admission price $12 or $9 student. Definitely a lot better than the museums in Seattle. Bring ya girl! She'll like you more for it.