I loved Robot World as a child. I am an adult now, with kids of my own, and can only imagine how much more advanced and interesting it has become. Science has advanced so much of course, and with a "tech Junkie" for a kid it should be even more amazing. Since they don't have the year I did go, I posted the month/year I am going to go.
I brought my family here last April. My 6 year old daughter thought it was the best thing ever. She still askes if we can go back. We all thought it as wonderful. The stuff they have in there is just wonderful. Infact I have a pic of my husband who is 30 and weighs about 250lbs. with the shocking chair. and my some who was 1 year and my daughter in that theing that makes you look like you have no body just a head. Can't wait to go back.
Went in August of 2007. It was really not crowded at all. My kids liked playing in the exploratory area. There was a lot to do and experiment with so it entertained for well over an hour. A bit expensive in my book, though both my kids (5 and 1) were free. My husband (35) also enjoyed the attraction and playing around.
My husband and I visited this exploratory and found it quite interesting. It is a bit expensive, but everything is in The Dell's. In comparison to the other places we stopped, we thought the value was quite good. We spent a few hours exploring for the money spent.
Everything is SOOOO outdate its terrible. Go take your 11.50 and spend it more wisely. I live in St. Louis and the Magic House make this place a joke. Most Science Centers makes this place a joke. If you wanna out something really cool. Check out the City Museum in St. Louis in your in town.
My family and I toured this museum in 2002, so there may have been changes since then, but overall I thought this was one of the most entertaining things we did in the Dells.
My 7-year-old son, as we entered asked "can we come back!"... lost of neat sci-fi atmosphere and interactive things to do, mainly for kids. The adult highlight, however, was the MIR space station module, used for training Soviet cosmonauts. Brightly lit, colorful and educational. Like most things in the Dells, it's a bit pricey, but you can spend a the same and get a lot less.
An absolute must see and located right on the strip of neat activities to do.
PS-don't forget downtown... lots of neat, out of the way stuff to do there too!
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